Tag: satire

Approxitation

Approxitation

| August 19, 2019

Rudy is having a recurring nightmare. It’s abstract and it seems completely harmless to him when he’s awake, but it terrorizes him at night and prevents him from sleeping. His worsening insomnia is beginning to affect his desperate plans to wrangle a promotion at work. Other contenders for the job face their own problems. Whether […]

King of the Vultures

King of the Vultures

| July 13, 2019

A young man from a small village in Cameroon takes America by storm. Winston Churchill Mbongo has spent years dreaming of playing basketball for Coach Tex Brawner and the Hickston College Vultures. When the opportunity finally arrives, he doesn’t disappoint. A player who stands 7’8″ and handles the ball like a point guard is, of […]

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The Butcher

The Butcher

| July 8, 2019

She thought it was pork. She was wrong. The first time hapless food inspector Emily Underwood meets butcher Frank Pinch, he’s not got much at all in his display counters. But what he does have is a rather unusual plan to restock his shelves. The next time they bump into each other, he’s won an […]

Made in America: A Memoir of Complete and Utter Stupidity

Made in America: A Memoir of Complete and Utter Stupidity

| May 5, 2019

Made in America is the vivid, heartbreaking, and harrowing true story that explores the depths of what life is like when you are a stupid asshole. Buck Brennan always knew he was different. He spent his whole life living a lie, the same way gay kids do before they tell everyone that they are gay. […]

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Aliens and Androids

Aliens and Androids

| April 28, 2019

If Ray Bradbury and Douglas Adams collaborated on writing, they’d present something like this incredible collection of science fiction short stories. Have you ever wondered what an alien abduction is like from the alien’s viewpoint? Can a dying woman receive solace and comfort from a machine? What would it be like to fall into the hands of a get-rich-quick […]

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