RESULTS OF INTEREST FROM THE PONDICHERRY ASSOCIATION.  1st Limited Edition Paperback published by Demons, 2012.  215 pages.
Introduction by Judge Socquettes.  $10

A splendid compilation of the first three seasons of the Pondicherry Association conveniently combined into one handsome package.

“This book is a fascinating melange of fantasy, sports, pulp fiction, lists and sex.  I liked the sex part the best”.
DICK OAKES, JR., Columnist

“Really wonderful.  Just a top-notch sort of thing.”
BROCK BELVEDERE, JR., Columnist. NOTE: It was unclear if Belvedere was referring to the book or a large canvas throw tarp that was hanging nearby.

“I laughed so hard that I actually vomited and then had a heart attack.”
LANSFORD CARNEY, Sports enthusiast.


The cover of Scott's exciting new book 'The Pizza Trade'

THE PIZZA TRADE by Scott. 1st Limited Edition paperback published by The Lankville Daily News and Schropp Entertainments, 2015.  42 pages.
Introduction by Brian Schropp. Signed by Scott.   SOLD OUT!

A splendid compilation of three tales from the trade– “The Trade”, “The Love”, “The Passion”.

Truly important contribution to the long-ignored field of pizza literature.

I read the entire book in one sitting. Actually, I was squatting in the bathtub. So, I guess I read the book in one squatting.
BUCK IGLOOS, Columnist

No Merit in It: The Collected Stories of Dick Oakes, Jr.

Published by The Lankville Daily News, 88 pp., available in two lovely editions.
Glorious glossy paperback edition, $19.99, exquisite deluxe hardcover, $39.99
Signed by author whenever possible.

  1. Mike Lums
    February 17, 2013 at 8:16 am

    The book was delivered promptly to my home. The packaging was cushy and it smelled faintly of lavender. I also felt that somehow I detected a slight scream upon cracking open the book for the first time. It was far-off and distant but it was most certainly present in the room with me. Later, the publishers told me that I had (by simple coincidence) been sent one of the copies that released “THE SUMMONING”. So, overall, I’ve been quite pleased.

  2. Doctor Pennies
    February 17, 2013 at 8:22 am

    I was standing in my apartment lobby when the Pondicherry book was delivered. The postman, an egregious sort, said, “What’s this Pennies?” and shoved the package awkwardly into my tiny mail slot. The book was bent, heavily creased and torn by this exertion but still quite readable. It smelled faintly of lavender. It was not signed by Judge Socquettes, as promised, but I instantly forgave the oversight.

  3. February 17, 2013 at 8:28 am

    As a writer (of popular terrorist attack novels), I cherish every new work of popular, exploitative literature that comes down the pipes [sic]. The Pondicherry Book is a wonderful little small classic. I read it entirely while sitting in a parking space outside a restaurant, waiting for my wife to finish. Then, I received a second copy in my stockings for Christmas. This, I put out on the ledge and someone came along and got it. Thanks, Pondicherry Association News!

  4. February 17, 2013 at 9:17 am

    The Pondicherry Book confirms many of my opinions. It arrived in an extremely tight mailer. Someone had written “OH NO!” on the front in grease pencil. Everything smelled faintly of lavender. It was difficult to unwrap the book itself as a series of heavy glues had been applied. The process took hours. But I eventually extricated the book and I read it while doing some laundry (not mine). I give it high marks!

  5. Clint Potatoes
    May 7, 2013 at 11:24 am

    Even though I live way off in the Outer Depths, my Pondicherry book arrived promptly. I was warned that the mailer would be “experimental” but it seemed OK. When opened, a faint smell of lavender was released. There was also a little toy included for free. It was one of those little tic-tac-toe games. Someone had awkwardly painted “DIVERSION” on its edge. I was grateful of this. Things have not gone as I had hoped.

  6. Bucker Scheinblum
    June 3, 2013 at 1:36 pm

    I received a package but it did not contain the Pondicherry book. It contained a large certificate that said, “Good for One Pondicherry book”. So, I mailed the certificate back and received another certificate, the same exact certificate in fact.

    I attempted to call the publisher but it rang and rang and no one ever picked up. After 30 rings, you were allowed to leave a message of about 2 seconds before a loud buzzing noise ensued. It was by no means long enough to explain the situation.

    I keep mailing the certificates back and hopefully one day they’ll understand what is happening.

  7. Kentlis Hrbek
    August 4, 2015 at 1:18 pm

    Several weeks after placing my order, I received an electronic mail that noted that the Pondicherry book was sold out. However, I was not given a refund. I wrote back asking for my refund and received another electronic mail noting that the Pondicherry book was sold out. This went on several times and I finally gave up.

    Three months later, a package in the mail. It was a jar containing candy hearts. There was a note inside that said, “WE LOVE YOU– THE PUBLISHERS”.

    That’s it. I did eat all the hearts though.

  1. June 5, 2013 at 8:35 am

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