Whim contributor Russell Brandom confronts mortality, his fears, and the fact that nothing but a mere quarter inch of incredibly fragile glass separates him from a buzzing horde of honey-starved Apis mellifera.Continue to the full post→
Courtesy of contributor Dan McCoy, Whim invites you to spend your extra hour of sunshine in front of a computer, learning about time-saving measures. Readers in Arizona, feel free to ignore this piece.Continue to the full post→
After six months, countless late nights, and the senseless slaughter of thousands upon thousands of innocent trees, Whimpleton K. Junglefowl is pleased to announce that the Melancholic Issue of Whim Quarterly is now shipping.
Head over to the order page for exclusive photos of the biggest, best and most flammable issue of Whim to date. While you’re there, get yourself one, won’t you? You deserve it.
The festivities start at 8 p.m. and will include readings, performances, and stand-up from Whim contributors, plus $4 drinks to help you stomach whatever’s happening on stage. Guaranteed fun for the whole family, assuming your family likes to drink. And laugh. And fight. Either way, FUN!
A Conversation Between Harry Truman and Doris Day – Two Characters from a Billy Joel Song I Actually Know Quite a Lot About
Matt Passet, the only Whim contributor to love you just the way you are, attempts to identify the culprit in an age-old unsolved arson case by analyzing a conversation between two famous people from the late 1940s.Continue to the full post→
Issue #4.5 of Whim begins shipping later this week. In honor of its imminent arrival, please enjoy this exclusive sneak peek featuring the guitar stylings of some truly awful axe men.Continue to the full post→
A Conversation Between a Coca-Cola Executive and a Pepsi-Cola Executive – Two Soft Drink Salesmen I Know Very Little About
Matt Passet, the only Whim contributor to do the Dew on a regular basis, reignites the Cola Wars with a verbal fusillade between representatives of America’s two largest soda manufacturers. A Faygo exec could not be found for comment.Continue to the full post→