“The New Yak Tomes Bust Sellers,” by Tom Ukinski

Aug 28th, 2019 | By | Category: Fake Nonfiction, Prose

September 1, 2020

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Tom Ukinski has been a doorman, mailman, chimney sweep and factory worker. He did street mime in Washington, D.C., and Mexico City, and stand-up comedy in nightclubs in Chicago, Boston, and LA. In the 1980s, he was convicted of being a lawyer and served 25 years in state government. He’s written novels, poetry, short stories, and musicals. Two of his novels, Last Job on Earth and Divine Play: An Epic with Commercials were published in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. They are under reconstruction.

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