Cooking with Substances that You didn’t Know Could be Non-Toxic: Recipes using ingredients that most people think aren’t food, like crayons, Vasoline or kale. The cover photograph was a pie made from caulk and tennis balls.
Burning Seoul: Twelves stories of Korean War colonels who risked their lives, fought against communism and contracted gonorrhea. Emphasis was on their heroism and how much it hurt when they peed…
I Missed it All: The John Brown slave uprising from the point of view of someone who slept entirely through it. My favorite chapter: The REM Sleep.
Desire Under the Alligators: LINK HERE…Shameless self-promotion but, I hear that, if you read the entire outline, you will have much double-plenty family good fortune.
How to Turn Old Civil War Canons into Bookcases, for Dummies: I think I may have dumbed it down too much… or not enough…
So Far Away from Me: An epic multi-volume romance that follows generations of Australian cattle ranchers, told from the point of view of someone watching them with a telescope from the southernmost tip of Indonesia.
Easy Probate: In which I describe how to create a “living will” from the corpses of recently buried wills. Careful! If the townspeople find out, they will descend upon you with torches and pitchforks…
So Let Down: An eight hundred page brilliant satire that revolves around the time I bought milk but accidentally left it in the car… Some say it is the most boring novel they’ve ever read; but, I prefer to think of it as four hundred and twenty boring short stories.
Make your Own Volcano and Save!: And, who DOESN’T want to save money?
Folk Music: The Long Road to Kabul: An examination of the least interesting music ever created and its influence on Afghani popular culture. How much influence DID the works of Bob Dylan, Peter Paul and Mary and Joan Baez have on the day-to-day lives of those in Afghanistan. Spoiler: None.