is a writer living in Southern California.
(You can reach him at contactmikegerber [at sign] gmail [dot] com.)
Is he trying to be funny? Usually. Occasionally, he is not.
You might have read his work in The New Yorker, The New York Times,
or listened to it on NPR or seen it on “Saturday Night Live.”
His humor, parodies and YA novels have sold
more than 1.25 million copies in 20 languages.
Try them; you might like them.
If you do not, at least they are cheap.
They are listed below.
All contents © 1999-2012 Michael Gerber.
A CHRISTMAS PERIL
(2007) OK, so what happened to Scrooge the next Christmas?
THE CHRONICLES OF BLARNIA:
THE LYIN' BITCH IN THE WARDROBE
(2007) C.S. Lewis says I'm going to hell; I say he should hang around with nicer people.
(2008) Before inflicting myself on the book biz, I wrote for lots of hoity-toity magazines and newspapers. Here's proof.
LIFE AFTER DEATH FOR BEGINNERS
(2010) Difficult to describe, but if you dig John Lennon or the Beatles, you'll probably enjoy this
alt-history murder mystery a great deal.
(Attn Beatles freex: I also blog on the Beatles at Hey Dullblog.)