The Art of Skin Kazoo
THE ART OF SKIN KAZOO BY Benjamin Bridge
An ancient manuscript holds the secret of the universe. A hopeless Bingle meets Dr. Mooler Boonder—a master of this secret art—and achieves liberation through self-expression on his skin kazoo, in a powerful supermarket debut.
54 pp. with illustrations
WHAT REAL PEOPLE HAVE SAID ABOUT ART OF SKIN KAZOO
“Genius!” —Alan, New York City
”It was funny, but I was really trying to understand the philosophy. It’s a powerful allegory and I feel like I’ve just made friends with someone who has written a cult classic.” —Arun, Salt Lake, Utah
”I loved Skin Kazoo!.”RAINER, New York City
”Yo, Skin Kazoo is hilarious. It helped me too with me singing. I care less about what people think. Besides even God don’t mind no wrong notes sometimes.”
—Sunny, Oakland, California
“My wife and I love Skin Kazoo! We have been reading a couple pages each night after dinner. It’s awesome.”
—Brandon, Berkeley, California
”Skin Kazoo in yo face all over the place!”
—Charla, Los Angeles, California
Tea with Bigfoot
Tea With Bigfoot by Benjamin Bridge
A man goes for a walk on a rainy Christmas Eve and meets a hairy man in the woods. Bigfoot reveals secrets of the Earth and asks the man to share “Bigfoot’s Song” with the world.
13 pp. with illustrations and “Bigfoot’s Song” lyrics.
Space Boy by Benjamin Bridge
Daniel loves to play the theremin. He is bullied at school because he has a strange dream. He spends the summer to recover at Camp Odreiw and decides to walk into the sea.
27pp. with illustrations.
Answer These Too! (St. Mark’s Sermons)
Answer These Too! (Saint Mark’s Sermons) by Benjamin Bridge
Saint Mark of Birmingham delivers sermon on the causes and solutions to homelessness and called “Crazy,” so he asks you to answer questions he has answers to: “Who are you?” and “Why are you here?”
Answer These Too!, dear reader.
Geetar Bibble's Notebook
I asked Bibble, “How can I make music?” “You take the wheel and you learn how to steer. Then you get on the road and you go. Go round it. Once a day at least.
Notes. Scales. Chords. Vamps. Progressions.Songs.”
“That’s it?” I said.
“You give it a name. And hum a tune. And whistle a melody. And sing a song that you’ll call your own.”
The Sky Painter
A New Guitar was invented which create kaleidoscopic images of the
sounds allowing the musicians to paint the sky.