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October 13, 2004 10:10 PM

"Evil nested in the heart of the To-Fun Tofu Factory..."

Thus begins the first published story by Andrew Zimmerman Jones.

"Mr. Ned and Dr. Ted"

is now available in the print anthology:
The Four Bubbas of the Apocalypse:
Flatulence, Halitosis, Incest, and . . . Ned

edited by Selina Rosen
published by Yard Dog Press

Hailed by authors at Critters Workshop as:

"... a light-hearted, fun read ..."
-- Gill Ainsworth

"... campy and cool at the same time ... Unapologetically stupid ..."
-- Stephan Loy

"... creative, different, and funny."
-- Gregory Palmer

A virus has destroyed most of humanity, either killing them or transforming them into yuppie zombies -- Yombies -- save for a small fraction of humanity that was saved due to an ingredient in a generic brand of barbecue sauce. Now the future of the human race rests with these surviving good ol' boys.

The Four Bubbas of the Apocalypse: Flatulence, Halitosis, Incest, and ... Ned is a shared world anthology set in a humorous, yet frightening, post-apocalyptical world of rednecks.

Order directly from Yard Dog Press for $16 (plus shipping & handling)

or

Order from Amazon.com

Order an autographed copy for $18 (includes shipping & handling)

Or, if you have PayPal-phobia, you can e-mail me

See AZJones' work at:

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AZJ Essay Appears in
Pink Floyd and Philosophy

My essay, "Exploring the Dark Side of the Rainbow," is out in
Pink Floyd and Philosophy
from Open Court Books'
Pop Culture and Philosophy series.
. In the essay, I explore the mysterious connection between
Dark Side of the Moon
and the classic film
The Wizard of Oz
.

Don't know the connection?
Check out the book!


"Diminished Capacity"
available online at
Abyss & Apex magazine.


Other stories available in these anthologies:

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