Gordon Haber

Writer, publisher, mediocre guitarist

Month: January, 2015

This Way to the Gas Chambers, Ladies and Gentlemen (Auschwitz 2003)

An excerpt from my unpublished travelogue about Poland, in honor of the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz. As the bus left the station, my breakfast was trembling in my belly. I hadn’t slept much, maybe four hours. It was going to be a bad day, clouded by fatigue and dyspeptic twinges. Then I […]

Snowday Reading!

“Haber writes with an extremely appealing blend of comedy and pathos.” Charge up your e-reader or laptop and weather the storm with some great fiction. False Economies is about a young American trying to make his way in Thatcherite England. Adjunctivitis is about a college teacher on a desperate quest for health insurance. Both novellas […]

A Brief Guide to Appropriate vs. Inappropriate Reactions to the Massacres in Paris

Appropriate Shock Sadness Anger Confusion Inappropriate 1000-word article on how the massacre precisely confirms your already existing world-view

Top 5 Psychic Predictions for 2015

You will see a link to a list, and you will click on that link, and you will lose three minutes of your life reading that list, and you will hate yourself for your weakness. Someone will get mad about something that has to do with Israel. In a futile bid at non-conformity, 70,000 white […]

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