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I just got word that this old comic verse piece of mine will be printed in an upcoming book, The Violin: A Social History of the World’s Most Versatile Instrument by David Schoenbaum. Easily the classiest place my stuff has ever appeared, considering that some of my earliest publications were in “Sexy Laffs!” The illustration [...]

Canon Fodder

Pachelbel composed a ditty, Quite a catchy little strain, Hummable and rather pretty, Apt to drive you clear insane! Now he’s lying six feet under. Centuries have come and gone Since we’ve seen that one-hit wonder, Yet his earworm lingers on.