All entries by this author

“For I Will Consider my Cat Oskar…,” by C. A. Bellamy

Nov 3rd, 2021 | By

Nobody gets a cat on purpose, no one wakes up one morning and decides they want to take care of a small useless predator for a decade or more; cats just sort of happen to a person, we end up with them, like children or guns.



“How To Be Old and Creepy,” by H. A. Piacentino

Oct 31st, 2021 | By

Old and creepy is the new modern minimalist. Fuelled by series like Netflix’s The Haunting of Hill House, millennials have been leaving their city lofts in droves to find freedom and frights in the country.



Boo-k Reviewers

Oct 29th, 2021 | By

My wife is a fast reader, so to save money on books each month she reads a lot of free stuff on Kindle. Sometimes she finds some hidden gems, but more often than not she reads some really, really weird novels with amazingly terrible covers, and Kindle keeps recommending even weirder stuff. I love the book covers she texts me while I’m at work. Today’s comic is inspired by some of those novels.



“Thou will find relief… anon,” by Ken Carlson

Oct 27th, 2021 | By

[Cast thou eyes upon a shambling, wretched, pock-marked woman, cloaked in filth. Dark music doth bellow through the howling winds from a bladder pipe and frame drum.]



“The Oral History of FAQ Told by Chatbots,” by Luke Roloff

Oct 20th, 2021 | By

“Hi! I’m Christy. Yes, I can tell you about FAQ. What would you like to know? I’m sorry, I did not catch that. What would you like to know? What would you like to know? Okay! You’d like to know about FAQ!”