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Girl Logic: The Genius and the Absurdity

by Iliza Shlesinger & Mayim Bialik

From breakout stand-up comedian Iliza Shlesinger comes a subversively funny collection of essays and observations on a confident woman's approach to friendship, singlehood, and relationships.

"Girl Logic" is...


BETWEEN THE RIVERS

by Michele Murray, Al Marlowe & Karen Rae Christopherson

These are fishing stories told by three authors about what happens when they go fishing. These tales are about places, boats, bars, trucks, dogs and people. The situations occur in Colorado, Montana, Wyoming,...


A Friend in Need is a Man's Best Dog

by Paul Fleisher & Genevieve Siegel-Hawley

A Friend in Need is a Man's Best Dog is a collection of humor, essays and verse, both published and previously unpublished.  The book includes satire and parodies, as well as essays on political environmental...


Using Your Turn Signal Promotes World Peace: More Observations from a Working Poet

by Molly Fisk

Fifty brief essays on every subject under the sun, originally written for radio. Poets notice what other people miss. Nationally-known poet Molly Fisk's singular perspective on love, death, grammar, lingerie,...


Stand by Your Truth: And Then Run for Your Life!

by Rickey Smiley

“I’m very passionate about everything that I do and I don’t play any games. I just keep it honest. I don’t put on airs. That’s the only way you can be. If you tell one lie, you’ve got to tell another...


The Great Gasbag

by Joy Behar

One of our most beloved comedians, the brilliantly witty and outspoken star of The View, hits the most unpopular President ever elected where it hurts—and makes us laugh and cheer—in this hilarious alphabetical...


Stranger Thingies: From Felafel to Now

by John Birmingham

John Birmingham is a master of good writing and funny lines. He has written a thousand stories, some true, some not so much. These are the best ones and they're so good, and so funny, there has been no barrel-scraping...


What I Think Happened

by Evany Rosen

A book of comedic personal essays about the history of the western world – a “femmoir” in which the author reconfigures famous and infamous historical events and personalities from her perspective as a feminist,...


Opportunity Knox

by Jack Knox

A hilarious collection of Jack Knox's best-loved humour columns.

In this side-splitting follow-up to the bestseller Hard Knox: Musings from the Edge of Canada, Jack Knox presents his best writing, marking his...


Hitler Saved My Life: WARNING-This book makes jokes about the Third Reich, the Reign of Terror, World War I, cancer, Millard Fillmore, Chernobyl, and

by Jim Riswold

When advertising legend Jim Riswold is stricken with leukemia and prostate cancer, he quits the business that made him famous to become a “fake artist,” creating a controversial body of work with a controversial...


Tinkering: The Complete Book of John Clarke

by John Clarke

Introduction by Lorin Clarke

This book tells the story of John Clarke's writing life, including the fan letter he sent to All Black Terry Lineen when he was ten, a golf instruction manual unlike any other, Anna...


Few and Short - Some Fishing Stories

by T. A. Waterhouse

This vintage book contains a collection of short stories and anecdotes related to fishing, originally published in the Birmingham Mail and the Fishing Gazette. These easy-to-read and often amusing anecdotes...


Another Fine Mess

by Pope Brock

We've gotten into another fine mess, destroying the planet and all. So where will we go next? Is it time to colonize outer space? Acclaimed essayist Pope Brock takes us on a vivid satirical journal to learn...


The Pocket Encyclopedia of Aggravation: 97 Things That Annoy, Bother, Chafe, Disturb, Enervate, Frustrate, Grate, Harass, Irk, Jar, Miff, Nettle, Outr

by Laura Lee & Linda O'Leary

The Pocket Encyclopedia of Aggravation is an A-to-Z illustrated compendium of everyday annoyances--from airline legroom, missing socks, and knuckle cracking to video buffering, telemarketers and internet trolls--complete...


The Jonesport Raffle

by John Gould

Beginning with the legendary story of a man in Jonesport (or was it Dexter or Waterford or Litchfield?) who raffled off his horse, which incidentally had been dead for some time, these twenty-nine tales cover...


The Fox Chase

by James Bowen Everhart

This book, first published in 1875, contains a collection of hunting-related poetry written by James Bowen Everhart. This delightful collection will appeal to fans of rural and nature poetry, and is not to be...


Mr. Carteret

by David Gray

This book contains David Gray's 1929 novel, "Mr. Carteret". It is an entertaining and witty story based around rural fox hunting that will appeal to those with an interest in the sport and its history. Contents...


Rhubarb - The Diary of a Gentleman's Hunter

by J. Stanley Reeve

Originally published in 1908, this vintage book contains a fascinating diary of a nineteenth-century English hunter. Offering a unique and authentic insight into English rural pursuits over a hundred years ago,...


The Life of a Fox - Written by Himself

by Thomas Smith

This vintage book contains a collection of stories invented by a pack of fox hunters as to how a particular fox managed to outwit and outmanoeuvre the hunting party. The tales were told by each member in turn...


Gallops 2

by David Gray

This vintage book contains David Grey's 1903 novel, "Gallops 2". A sequel to "Gallops", it is an entertaining and witty story of a rural community centred around the traditional English sport of horse racing....