Some early reviews:
“Hysterical, edge-of-your-seat drama.”
“The Power of Jokes permeates this book…in a way rarely seen in fiction.”
“I felt as though I was on stage with him 30 years ago.”
Plrknib retails for $1.99 (ebook) and $6.99 (paperback).
Miserable Holiday Stories features 10 pieces (actually 11; there’s an Easter egg buried in there) which have appeared in various lit journals over the last few years. It costs a paltry $1.99, and has gotten very nice reviews so far, including:
– Awesome read!
– Eclectic mix, dark and satirical, and
– This #$@!# is funny!
If an entire collection sounds like way too much reading, then Bicycle Boys is 1/11th the fun at half the price! Which is a real deal, unless you’re good at math.
Just click on the above images to purchase either book.
Fine Bookstores Everywhere
Below are just a few of the excellent bookstores that currently carry paperback editions of Plrknib, Miserable Adventure Stories and/or Miserable Holiday Stories:
Other Periodicals of Interest
In this great new guide to creating tiny theatre, you’ll find a wealth of useful information as well as an anthology of 200 mini-plays from the famous Gi60 shows, including four of mine: Sleep Tight, King Kwik, Ace and Me, and Nothing. Click here to pick up a copy at Amazon. Paperback copies are also available at the Drama Bookstore in NYC.
The long-awaited Vol. III of Encyclopedia includes my short piece, Obscenity Trial. E3 is a massive, beautiful phone-book sized cornucopia of literary wonderfulness. Go blow some cash on it!
You can find my Pushcart Prize nominated story “Dick and Liza” in the premier edition of New Pop Lit. Click here to pick up a copy at the NPL store. Paperback copies also available at Quimby’s in Chicago!
And of course you can view most of these items and more at my author’s page at Amazon.