Tag Archives: humor

Second Coming: Elvis. Extraterrestrials. Dogs. – D. B. Borton

(Reviewed by Jeyran Main) Second Coming is a humorous science fiction story about Lawrence and Elvis, two aliens who have traveled to earth for the second time. Their mission is to bring a message and that is, if Earth does … Continue reading

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All Over the Place: Adventures in Travel, True Love, and Petty Theft – Geraldine DeRuiter

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “If you want to be absurdly happy, marry someone you love whom you can spend time with. But most importantly, marry someone who can help you deal with your shit.” Former copywriter and current travel blogger … Continue reading

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The Little Book of Sham: More secrets than “The Secret” Funnier than “The Tibetan Book of the dead” More urgent than the “Power of Now” – Keith Martin

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Trolls use to live under bridges. Then they migrated to Twitter. Now they run for President.” Or how about this one? “Swearing is caring. Swearing shows passion, can help reduce the sensation of pain and is … Continue reading

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The Deleted E-Mails of Hillary Clinton: A Parody – John Moe

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “We are holding a heavily sedated Beyoncé in the State Department bunker as she undergoes some reeducation exercises. Once we have her fully convinced that it is in everyone’s best interests that she concentrates on music … Continue reading

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The Fine Art of Fucking Up- Cate Dicharry

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “Never could I have imagined such a circumstance: the building underwater, Ramona trapped inside, the Pollock in peril, Suzanne and James in love in a kayak, Ethan at home playacting fatherhood with an international exchange student, … Continue reading

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The Bette Davis Club – Jane Lotter

(Reviewed by JD Jung) Fifty-something year old Margo Just seems to be running in circles; or should I say, remaining stagnant. She just can’t accept or face her past, which includes family and romantic relationships. However, Margo is finally forced … Continue reading

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Dogtology: Live. Bark. Believe – Jeff Lazarus

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “And so God said, “At last, I have created a being that reflects all that is good in me.  Thus, I shall give it a name that is the mirror image of my own.” That creature, of course is Dog. Man, … Continue reading

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Sex, Rain, and Cold Fusion – A. R. Taylor

(Reviewed by JD Jung) “…each time he closed his eyes, he pictures working at Juan de Fuca…Down there, in that torrid, turbid world of extremes, how could he discern the workings of a fifth force so slight that it showed … Continue reading

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Things I’ve Learned From Women Who’ve Dumped Me – edited by Ben Karlin

  Check this out! What happens when a man moves across country and tells his girlfriend that he doesn’t want a long distance relationship? Or how about the one who consistently takes a girl to dinner, only to reach into … Continue reading

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