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My Calendar By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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"How Oz: Oz Parody Calendar 2013" uses public domain Oz art with funny captions. The captions by author Ron Baxley, Jr. are quite witty and will be a delight for Oz fans, most readers, and... More > the general public. The calendar is a fund-raising project for Baxley's tours to Oz festivals, and some proceeds will be donated to various non-profit organizations.< Less
The Talking City of Oz By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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Dorothy Gale wishes that the Emerald City could talk, the Wizard of Oz, O.Z. Diggs, gains a love interest through magic means, Ozma gets kidnapped by some villains, Wogglebug, the highly magnified... More > professor insect, and some flies protest against Dorothy, and a jewel-encrusted rocky creature created by Ruggedo, the former Nome King, unfortunately makes Dorothy's wish come true in an unexpected way ...in this modern Oz novel about the regret of wishes and adventuring. This book reunites Ozian favorites and brings many new characters and lands into L. Frank Baum's universe.< Less
The Evil Emerald Village of Oz By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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The Evil sorceress, Mombi, once considered destroyed long ago by the Scarecrow has now returned from the Land of the Dead to create her Evil Emerald Village; a place of refuge from where she now... More > plots her revenge against those responsible for her downfall. Now it's up to Jack Pumpkinhead, the Gump, Div; a rustic Divining Rod, the Glass Cat and Wheel Barrow, all five of whom had benn brought to Life by the Powder of Life long ago, to work together with the Queen of the Field Mice and Princess Ozma to defeat the Evil plans of Mombi and save the Land of Oz from the clutches of the Evil Emerald Village. Even Charon, Ferryman of the River Styx gets caught up in the fun and adventure as many old, familiar characters from the wondrous tales told by the Royal Historian of Oz find their way into this madcap story of Good versus Evil in the Land of Oz.< Less
The Evil Emerald Village of Oz Calendar By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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With illustrations by noted Oz illustrator Dennis Anfuso and concepts by author Ron Baxley, Jr., this calendar has many delightful images of the characters of Oz and some new friends Baxley has... More > brought along for the journey.< Less
Extra! Extra-Terrestrial By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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A paradoxically silly and wise collection of satirical science fiction prose that rips on popular culture, the science fiction genre in general, literature, history, and society itself. It appeals... More > to young adults and adults alike. Includes 2 novels in the well-reviewed "Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket" series, illustrations, 2 novellas, and a little extra.< Less
Extra! Extra-Terrestrial II By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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A paradoxically silly and wise collection of satirical science fiction prose that rips on popular culture, the science fiction genre in general, literature, history, and society itself and that... More > continues the "Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket" series that "Extra! Extra-terrestrial" started. It appeals to young adults and adults alike. Includes 2 new novels (1 never before published) in the aforementioned series, illustrations, winners from the New Year-ical poetry contest, and a little extra.< Less
The Monarchy Prey for Mantus: Book II of the Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket Series By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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A bungling alien entomologist, Mantus Greenmyn, goes exploring through the galaxy for various insect specimens and stumbles upon the doubles of the Royals and Ministers of the Greenmyn Moon, who... More > escaped in “Cycling the Moon: Book I of the Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket series” Through his comical, exhilarating adventures filled with young alien and ecto-donned stowaways, Mantus soon discovers that he and his disability serve a greater purpose than he could have ever dreamed. This book includes stunning color illustrations by Sam Spina, independent comics artist and creator of “Spinadoodles” among many other comics and delightful planets that have characters and settings that are spoofs of history and classic literature like St. Francis of Assisi, the Victorian Empire and its Dickensian literature, "Pinnochio," "Hamlet," and many others.< Less
Extra! Extra-Terrestrial II By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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A paradoxically silly and wise collection of satirical science fiction prose that rips on popular culture, the science fiction genre in general, literature, history, and society itself and that... More > continues the "Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket" series that "Extra! Extra-terrestrial" started. It appeals to young adults and adults alike. Includes 2 new novels (1 never before published) in the aforementioned series, illustrations, winners from the New Year-ical poetry contest, and a little extra.< Less
Extra! Extra-Terrestrial By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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A paradoxically silly and wise collection of satirical science fiction prose that rips on popular culture, the science fiction genre in general, literature, history, and society itself. It appeals... More > to young adults and adults alike. Includes 2 novels in the well-reviewed "Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket" series, illustrations, 2 novellas, and a little extra.< Less
Cycling the Moon: Book I of the Greenmyn Moons in the Wormhole Pocket Series By Ron Baxley, Jr.
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"Cycling the Moon" is a full color illustrated satirical/funny science fiction book that has cross-over appeal to young adults and adults. It combines the humor of Douglas Adams with the... More > allegorical facets of a C.S. Lewis book. The short novel makes fun of bureaucracy and our materialistic culture through a bunch of aliens. Within his small Southern town, a misfit, creative youth, Marty, whose father always wanted him to be more technical and whose mother always liked his creativity, finds a watch with a character in it that was thrown down to Earth by the Minister of Poetic Justice. The Minister of Poetic Justice, an executioner-like alien from a distant moon with an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth-style leathery helmet, has shrunk down a time traveler, Tempus Fugit, and has put him in the watch as punishment for his trying to turn his entire moon into a time travel device. After Marty finds this watch, various adventures and misadventures ensue.< Less