Category Archives: Humor

A View on the Street

Fred Hill #313 HUM 1996.001 A View on the Street is verse-like commentary on life, death, ghosts, bugs, typewriters and microcomputers.

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Lode-Star

Robert Carson #305 HUM 1994.001 “Dorrie The Dormouse,” and ” Nanuk,” were based on Christmas cards I received from the people to whom I’ve dedicated the stories. “Fidget,” “A Question of Paternity”, “The last Dance,” draw from events which happened … Continue reading

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So I Moved To Vermont

Vanessa Smith #264 HUM 1992.001 Let me first state that all of the events in So I Moved To Vermont really happened. Nothing was made up or exaggerated. The story is simply an emotional chronicle of my move to Vermont … Continue reading

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Pastoral Poet of Vermont: Walter Hard (1862-1966)

Peg (Margaret) Thornton #225 HUM 1991.004 Walter Hard has been compared favorably with Robert Frost. Hard has a folksy, non-rhyming style of his own in which with humor and sensitivity he tells tales of his rural neighbors in the early … Continue reading

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Uncle Jake and the One that Got Away

Conrad Hoover IV #221 HUM 1991.003 Uncle Jake and the One that Got Away is a short story.

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Day of A Non

D.(avid) Bissonette #195 HUM 1991.002 If Charlie Brown were to become a rooftop sniper this would be his tale. This is undoubtedly the most sick, ridiculously perverted piece of work I’ve ever written. Diary of A Non. Enjoy!

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Peter Prestwick and The Shadow

Felix Arnstein #145 HUM 1991.001 Peter Prestwick and The Shadow is a novel for young readers of all ages. It is about a child who happens to be a boy, and some of the (certainly to him) very thrilling adventures … Continue reading

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Theories of Father

Andrew Colameco #137 HUM 1990.012 Theories of Father is a video-image-script-novel. Narrated by a house fly, with help from Ed Sullivan. On assignment from the powers that be, the little buzzer* is sent to observe the middle aged, orphaned from … Continue reading

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Did She Leave Me Any Money?

Alyce Cornyn-Selby #124 HUM 1990.011 In Did She Leave Me Any Money?, the late Travis Duncan, an unusual 37-year-old woman, bequeaths an estate worth over $23,000,000 to her ex-lovers. Her will stipulates that these men must meet for one night … Continue reading

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The Bed

Medelyn Winkleman #120 HUM 1990.010 No synopsis provided.

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