Tag Archives: humor

Cottontail, Class Warrior

Don’t start thinking Velveteen Rabbit when you see me.  I’m not going to come alive because of a child’s love—that would be ridiculous.  If that were possible, do you think I would be here, sitting on a train heading somewhere.  I’d tell you where, but what do I know?  Until recently, I was Franny’s toy, […]

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SNEAK PEEK: Another page from the upcoming issue of Ostenspieler & the Book of Faces

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Team Jacob or Edward: Afterlife Edition (Story 39)

They died together. Facing each other like two lovebirds except for the love.  Jacob and Edward had come into the world at the same time, raced each other through life, and they did the same right into death.  Their hearts stopped within seconds of each other, leaving behind billions between the two of them—so much […]

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The Unfortunate Brother

My First Film

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The Day After Valentine’s….(Story #35)

My girlfriend is kind of particular. She likes flowers but not the kind that grow in the ground. She makes her own. From scratch. When it comes to plant life, I guess you could say she’s DIY, which I don’t mind. Saves me a few bucks. I never say anything about her flowers, even though […]

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Cosmic Immigration (Story 34)

His name was Lars, though his family was from the Philippines—a product of globalization. Her name was Julia; she was from Sweden, but her family was Jewish—a product of Jewishness. They met at a Starbucks on the Upper West Side. He was coming back from a shoot. She was stuck there because her flight was […]

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Ostenspieler & the Book of Faces, Isue 1, page 14

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Ostenspieler & the Book of Faces, Issue 1, page 9

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The Death of the 99% (Story #28)

“For years now, we’ve been doing the same, tired thing.  People get old or sick, or they’re born in a terrible place or have an accident, then they die and I go get them.  And what do they have to show for their trouble? That’s right. Nothing. Not a dime. Listen, I know you’re all […]

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Ostenspieler & the Book of Faces, Issue 1, page 3

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