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Copyright 2016 Christopher D. Schmitz
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Willie’s Bad Hair Day was originally published in Space Squid Magazine in Spring 2008.
I understand that some of my readers might not appreciate the dark satire and absurd humor that I sometimes produce (or might even discourage other readers based on my content and the fact that I am usually a quite sanitized writer.) Please don’t be too butt-hurt. Satire is a humor form that sometimes hurts by bringing up issues that are perhaps too close-to-home. I’m not trying to be overly vulgar, but we live in exactly the kind of world where 5th graders are exposed to prophylactics and school-authorized, fruit-based penile instructional videos. And there’s the rub. It’s either laugh or cry.
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Christopher D Schmitz
About the author:
Christopher D Schmitz is an author of fiction and nonfiction as well as a regular blogger. He lives with his wife and two children and lead insanely active lives.
Following the completion of his first fantasy novel in the early 2000s, he began to work on lots of short fiction in order to refine his skills and went on to publish many pieces from 1,000-15,000 words in a variety of genres and in a number of venues. Putting fiction away for a while, he pursued post-graduate work where he received a new appreciation for nonfiction, but returned to his love for fiction with a greater commitment than ever.
In addition to writing and working with at-risk youth he is known known to play guitar (he played and sang in a rock band for several years,) or be found playing his bagpipes in seemingly random places. His wife thinks he’s a prima-donna like that.
Discover other titles by Christopher D Schmitz
The TGSPGoSSP 2-Part Trilogy
The Last Black Eye of Antigo Vale
Burning the God of Thunder
Piano of the Damned
Dekker’s Dozen: The Last Watchmen
Dekker’s Dozen: A Waxing Arbolean Moon
Why Your Pastor Left
John: In the John
Wolf of the Tesseract
The Kakos Realm: Grinden Proselyte
The Kakos Realm: Rise of the Dragon Impervious
The Kakos Realm: Death Upon the Fields of Splendor
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