You’ll meet a deranged chicken, a killer duck who demands butter, a fifteen-year-old boy who loses his virginity and spends the rest of his life looking for it, an itinerant dental floss salesman, a vampire having his first sex in over a thousand years, a beautiful babysitter who stalks a serial killer, a family that uses a stalk of broccoli for its Christmas tree, Bob Dylan without an original thought in his head, and an old lady who keeps digging up her husband’s grave and moving it around so that her daughter can’t locate it. As well as some eccentric characters. These are Jim’s funniest stories—some brand new, some from thirty years ago—all written in a style that: Newsday called, “Often hilarious.” The Philadelphia Enquirer called, “Ingenious.” Publishers Weekly called, “Perfect.” The Austin Chronicle called, “Colorful, often hilarious.” Library Journal said was, “Off the wall. Precise and pithy.” The Cleveland Plain Dealer said was, “Superbly crafted.” Booklist called, “Surprisingly fresh.” The Wistfulskimmie Book Reviews said was, “An absolute laugh-a-minute riot.” and Cyber Oasis added, “So sensitive it becomes universal.” You won’t go thirty seconds or thirty words without getting a laugh. The poet/artist/musician Clay Ventre said, “If you read this book while eating soup, you’ll get some on your eyebrows.” Your ribs will hurt and you’ll never look at the world the same way. It’s a thrill every time you take flight with WEAK WINGS.
Weak Wings And Other Stories
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