Obscure Dead Celebrities

Obscure Dead Celebrities

by M.F. Long


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Obscure Dead Celebrities is a series of humorous stories and essays about strip mall Midwestern culture. These autobiographical stories document life in Indianapolis, Indiana during the late 20th century. Chicken Skinner is an account of a chicken restaurant and the sordid inner restaurant relationships that naturally develop around dead poultry. Jockstrap delves into the sordid world of middle school boys locker rooms and the cotton brief clad eleven and twelve-year-old womanizers that populate them. Obscure Dead Celebrities mixes humor, nostalgia and family relations in an eclectic and refreshingly realistic perspective on modern America.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781413427110
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 04/12/2004
Pages: 98
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.23(d)

About the Author

M. F. Long is a thirty-year-old humor writer and computer programmer from Indianapolis, Indiana currently living in Seattle, Washington. He is also the publisher, editor and writer of Mike's Zine (http://www.mikeszine.com), an obscure literary journal dedicated to social and political satire.

Michael is a 1995 graduate of the Henry Radford School of Fine Arts at Indiana University. Michael's profoundly narcissistic tendencies compel him toward open microphones wherever he goes. Most of his short stories are performed in front of a live audience in San Francisco, Seattle, Indianapolis or New York. The stories are then edited or destroyed based on crowd reaction.

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