Malarkey Books is a largely fictional publishing entity dedicated almost entirely to publishing the words of Alan Good, an underground writer who is so underground you usually need a geology degree to find him. We are sort occasionally interested in publishing the words of additional people, like these words by the author Nate Briggs. If you are interested in contributing some form of writing to this website, feel free to get in touch.
Switching to the first person, I am an antisocial, reclusive author living in a heavily fortified microcompound somewhere in the United States, specifically Denver. In fact I'm so antisocial and reclusive that almost no one has heard of me, although my writing has appeared in Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency, Atticus Review, The Legendary, Bookslut, Memoir Mixtapes, Soft Cartel, Red Fez, Perversion Magazine, The Dead Mule School of Southern Literature, The East Bay Review, and Word Riot. Now some of it appears here.
This website is home to satire, fiction, book reviews, book-themed meditations, whatever else, and an online bookstore.
I'm also involved in a sporadically produced podcast called Car Trip Theatre. It's made for kids, but as a DISCLAIMER this particular website is not made for kids. It's also probably not suitable for work, if that's a concern. The podcast can be found over at RadioPublic.
Anyway, you're probably here by accident, or maybe Fate; either way, feel free to do some reading.
In this section of the home page we feature an excerpt from some item that has been relatively recently added to the website. Right now it's a review of Claire Hopple's story collection Too Much of the Wrong Thing:
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