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OPENING CLOSURES -- A Young Mother's Dying Declarations By B. Elwin Sherman
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A month before dying of cancer, a young mother hands a letter to her hospice nurse. She asks him to publish its contents after she is gone. With these "Opening Closures," she provides... More > her last written goodbyes to family and friends. Presented by B. Elwin Sherman, here you'll find those testaments fulfilled and made visual by the compelling fractal art of B.Z. Leonard. OPENING CLOSURES is the celebration of a life gone too soon.< Less
CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL -- Baby Boomer Humor, And Other Maturity Problems By B. Elwin Sherman
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CAUGHT IN THE SHOWER WITHOUT A PENCIL is B. Elwin Sherman’s rapid-fire patchwork of Baby Boomer humor. If you’ve ever been caught in the shower without a pencil, (and you know what that... More > means) you’ll find what you meant to say here --- from the rubble of 9/11’s “Ground Zero Genesis,” to the revelation of a child’s grace in “The God Cartoon, And Long May It Rain.” Ninety-one hilarious ways to relive it all --- and laugh until you dry.< Less
GEORGE W. BUSH -- On The Trips Of His Tongue By B. Elwin Sherman
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Everyone should have a legacy. Ask yourself today what you'd most want to be remembered for tomorrow if you died tonight. You should have an answer at the ready. Yes, it's true, according to our... More > 43rd President, that "you never know what your history is going to be like until long after you're gone," but that shouldn't stop you from considering who you were while you still are. Welcome to Bush Country, and the landscape of its linquistic legacy.< Less
In Watermelon Salt -- The Lost Richard Brautigan By B. Elwin Sherman
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B. Elwin Sherman is a humorist/author living in the New Hampshire North Country, where he writes a syndicated humor column and often reinvents "the cottage industry survival kit." His... More > books have gone largely unheralded, "because I do nothing to promote them. No one should ever have a legacy before they’re dead. Life is embarrassing enough without that." He first read Richard Gary Brautigan’s works in college, "when everyone else was lugging around Nietzsche and Kant for ballast. I kept In Watermelon Sugar in my hand because there was a tsunami on the horizon, and there I was without a beach umbrella."< Less