Broken Uterus

“This is a fascinating collection. Broken Uterus manages to be melancholy, beautifully sublime, wickedly irreverent, and wildly entertaining all at the same time. It pays dutiful homage to the ambiguous spirit of an ancient land while injecting the element of brutal slapstick that has characterized China for the past 71 years.” — Ted Prokash, Joyless House Publishing

Harv and the Big Collapse

“At once a black comedy and an incisive commentary, Harv and the Big Collapse is a novel about mass democracy manifest, its spiritually unfulfilling quality, and the assorted losers who have the gall to go to war with it.” — Benjamin Welton, author of Sick Inside the Citadel and PANIC

Ending Bigly: The Many Fates of Donald Trump

“This collection is a surprise, and a welcome one, much like Trump’s presidency itself. In our social media goldfish minds, we may soon find ourselves wondering if Trump was ever president at all. That’s been debunked, they’ll say. Hillary was president from 2016 to 2020, then Biden. The stories in this collection are all true, as true as anything, truer than true. But no matter what fake news they publish, I won’t forget you, Donny, the first and last president of online.” — Zero HP Lovecraft, author of The Gig Economy and God-Shaped Hole

The Pilgrim's Digress

“In The Pilgrim’s Digress, T.J. Martinell envisages the establishment of a future tradition-based society that is part-M. Night Shyamalan’s The Village and part Margaret Atwood’s Handmaid’s Tale, except this time around, the patriarchal theocrats are the good guys! Buy one copy for yourself and another for your favorite soy-sipping liberal so you can watch his head explode!” — Andy Nowicki, author of The Columbine Pilgrim and Under the Nihil


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