Books-in-Print

Canon in F: Mishka’s Complete Book Collection

Canon in F:  Mishka’s Complete Book Collection

…I had thought there was a complete listing of all my books somewhere on this site — but if there is, I can’t find it.  So herein I shall include such, and I apologize that it’s not all… fancy (or whatever)… but, quite frankly, I’m disgruntled with the world today, and it’ snot (HA!) like anybody reads this crap anyway, so… * * * * * * *  ...

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MORE Books-in-Print

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Book of the Dead

Book of the Dead

The Mishkan Book of the Dead Unlike other Books of the Dead, The Mishkan Book of the Dead does not merely concern itself with the “hereafter” or the “in-between”, but delves into the “there-before” (as it were) and the “off-to-the-left-and-sort-of-sticking-out-from-behind-the-couch-a-bit” (so to speak)… a collection unified by the common...

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Of Guilded Hearts…

Of Guilded Hearts…

Of Gilded Hearts and Girded Loins (2nd Edition) In this second edition of Of Gilded Hearts and Girded Loins, Zakharin revamps his anthology of humorously romantic (or, anyway, prurient) short fiction — collecting stories unified by the common threads of love and lust (and naughty things all about!). Comprised primarily from the original, it also includes selections from the eBook Love’s Quick...

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My Onus is Abated

My Onus is Abated

My Onus is Abated (or Perhaps I’ve Just Been Sitting Too Long…) From the literary to the ludicrous, My Onus is Abated collects some of Zakharin’s most clever and humorous (and usually bizarre) notions. Whether of life, of love, or of literature, from the inane to the profound (and with only fleeting episodes of cannibalism!), real-life scenarios of the world around us are transformed...

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Spleen of Fiery Dragons

Spleen of Fiery Dragons

A collection of Zakharin’s usual contradicting extremes – from bleakest despair of past misgivings to brightest optimism for the future, or just random creativity and chaos in the moment, he epitomizes what Pushkin so eloquently described: “We still, alas, cannot forestall it – This dreadful ailment’s heavy toll; The Spleen is what the English call it – We...

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