Certainly not the only thing I write, but definitely the most fun.

Workman Publishing

The world didn’t come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, so it’s good this page-a-day calendar went all the way to post-apocalyptic New Year’s Eve, taking a tongue-in-cheek look at the supposed 2012 end, including, among other things: a who’s-who of world destroyers (Four Horsemen, StayPuft Marshmallow Man), foods likely to survive Armageddon, past Doomsday predictions (there’s been one a year, every year, since BC became AD), and zombies.

Even though it’s no longer 2012, you can still order it here.

Huffington Post

From 2007 to 2009, I worked as one of three staff writers for the satirical feature “Dickipedia: A Wiki of Dicks”. View some bits of the now-scuttled project.

Comedy Central’s Indecision 2008

Summer of 2007, I wrote for, companion website to the Daily Show/Colbert Report segment. Disclaimer: this was well before the primaries, so a bit dated—Rudy and Hillary were still leading the polls, for instance. Still…

“Slack Tide,” as seen in The Juneau Empire

My twice-monthly column in Alaska’s third-largest newspaper. I’ve got a headshot and moniker in the print version, angry nutjobs commenting in the online version, the whole deal. A few favorites:

Read them all on my Juneau Empire author page.