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Author Archives: Lawrence Benner
“We have a biblical obligation and the constitutional right to share the message of Jesus.” Lawrence Benner explores the activities of religious groups in the local elementary. Continue reading
Larry Benner reports from deep in a Dumpster, while embedded with a homeless unit.
In which Larry Benner dons an Edie Sedgewick toup in the best essay using the phrase “floor pie” you will read all year.
“Her boyfriend is that handsome magical vampire from the past, Edgarton. There’s no way she would ever notice me. I try to sweep my hair all the way across my forehead and listen to Maroon 5, but it’s just no use.”
Someone wants to kill Lawrence Benner. At the mall.
In this holiday trilogy that should be read around the fire, Lawrence Benner brilliantly captures the heart and soul of Christmas. Plus evil, redemption, and the lifting of veils.
Resigned to cultural plagiarism and the widespread appropriation of both Art and Punk, Lawrence Benner blows a hole in Ronald McDonald’s plastic forehead in revenge.
Larry Benner goes back to the very beginning and then explains the world in twenty installments. Plus, rats the size of Schnauzers.