George has owned the bar for years, and it's mostly been the same old thing - serve the drinks, keep the locals happy, clean up the mess. Of particular note is the graffiti that some joker keeps leaving behind in the stall of the restroom. It doesn't seem like anything special, until George notices that one morning, it reads more like a murder confession than the random sex jokes and vulgar rhymes that he's used to.
|Publisher:||Omnium Gatherum Media|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.35(d)|
About the Author
Michael Allen Rose is an author, musician, and performance artist based in Chicago, IL. He works in many genres, including horror, bizarro noir (Embry: Hard Boiled), cartoonish comedy (Party Wolves In My Skull) and experimental and surreal explorations of concepts like gun violence (Boiled Americans). He's been published in anthologies and magazines such as The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction, Kizuna: Stories for Japan, Fireside Popsicles, Bizarro Bizarro and Mighty In Sorrow: A Literary Tribute to David Tibet. His plays and sketches have been produced and performed in a number of theatres and at Chicago's famed Second City, where he studied in the conservatory program.