Richard Stanton / Good Eggs & Odd Fish: a manifesto for the 70-year-old man
Richard Stanton has lived a long life and has done all the stuff you would expect him to do in that time and now he’s tired so he is going to have a lie down.
Margaret Pearce / Not Mentioning Any Names
In the no-man’s-land of the outer suburban battlefields, this motherhood caper keeps going on (when will they ever learn?) and so do the battles.
Betty McKenzie-Tubb / Metrognomic Tales
A collection of nineteen short humorous essays.
Errol Dunn / Did That Really Happen?
A collection of humorous anecdotes from the workplace, the drinking place, the living place and a lot of other places.
Laurie Brady / Pursuit: Humorous Stories
Recollecting school escapades, ridding a house of lust, a practical joke misfiring, dealing with a boy’s swearing, a talking dog, a woman’s take on the Odysseus legend, dogged self-centredness, a suspect solution to the world’s problems, bizarre seductions, an afterlife wish granted, a jinxed lover pursuing his beloved…
Betty McKenzie-Tubb / Meanderings
‘Betty’s musings are hugely entertaining. They range from the sublime to the ridiculous. These bright rays of self-deprecating wit embrace perceptive observations of our mixed-up world.’ - Jen Gibson