That Ain’t Funny
In 1992 I published A Vote for Alice, a political parody of a certain Lewis Carroll book. Maybe someday I’ll reprint the book, or share parts of it online, such as “The Mouse’s Tale,” but for now you’ll have to be believe me that the whole book was funny—in a high-brow sort of way. In 1993, I also published an anthology, Fig Newtons: Senryu to Go, employing the often funny or satirical genre of senryu poetry. Much of my humour (yes, I retain the British spelling, since, ahem and all that, I’m British) is droll. Check out these links. You might chuckle here and there. Or maybe not.
Atlantic Monthly Senryu Contest (off this site)
The First Page (haibun)
Mother Soprano Goose (haibun)
Smart Cars (rengay with Tanya McDonald)
Uh-Huh (rengay with Lee Gurga)