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Poopy Derringer (excerpt)

Poopy Derringer (excerpt)

An excerpt from ‘Poopy Derringer and the Singing Monkey of Death’               …THE END.             “‘The end’!” he screamed—if only in his head.  “What does it even mean…!?” Poopy Derringer—whose real name was Guano Fitzsimmons, which he thought to be really very grandiose, if not outright plebeian—copped a squat on the park bench on a cool, November morn, there upon the hill in the...

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Anna Karenina

Anna Karenina

Zakharin’s parody of Tolstoy’s novel of the same name–but with characters and elements added from various other sources of Russian literature (including Dostoyevsky’s ‘The Double’ and Nabokov’s ‘Lolita’), and set in the absurdist, cartoon-like world of the author’s esoteric humor and abstruse imagination. CLICK HERE to buy this...

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Crime & Punishment

Crime & Punishment

Zakharin’s parody of Dostoyevsky’s classic novel ‘Crime and Punishment’, but with the grittier, more adult themes (such as murder and prostitution and alcoholism) toned down and obscured to (in theory) make it more appropriate for younger readers…  CLICK HERE to buy this eBook

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Le Morte de Vronsky

Le Morte de Vronsky

A metaphysical play of dark humor, ‘Le Morte de Vronsky’ is described by Zakharin as “Bulgakovian” (a’la Mikhail Bulgakov)–but admits it is so, perhaps, if only because its really rather strange. At times chaotic, yet a wonderful example of Zakharin’s linguistic acrobatics, it is a fun and enigmatic romp–for those open to it… but no doubt...

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Zakharinish Zeitgeist

Zakharinish Zeitgeist

‘Zakharinish Zeitgeist’ collects 21 of Mishka Zakharin’s personal favorites from his voluminous canon of poetry, offering a glimpse of his unique perspective of the world through an array of some of his greatest poetry… humorous, angstful, sexy, philosophical (and sometimes all at once), this consummate collection exemplifies Zakharin’s enigmatic esotericism and libertine lyricism… CLICK HERE to...

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