The Big Book of Dan!
Daniel C. Dulik's The Big Book of Dan: Road Alligators and Other Incongruous Possibilities (Outskirts Press, 2012) is a wild and woolly mix of essays, stories, and poetry about . . . well, I have no idea. The book kind of defies categorization. In some places, it's laugh out loud funny (Dan is a master of the pun). In others, it's unexpectedly profound. At no point does the reader have any idea what might be coming next. Pretty cool. If you're looking for something a little odd and off the beaten path, The Big Book of Dan is worth a look.
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