Creative humor delivered to your door each day. How could it get better?
Not only is humor rewarding in and of itself, but also the things that we find to be funny teach us about being human.
To honor the timelessness of these works, I have their events happening in present tense.
In my table of contents, I list the original cartoonists ordered by the year of first publication (not by their order in the sheet of stamps). For most of these comics, assistants, letterists, colorists, and later cartoonists did the work and continued the strip after the original cartoonists retired.
In any page, you can click on or touch links to jump around in this book.
You may find the following keyboard equivalents to be convenient. Here I use the symbol ⌥ for the option key on Mac/OS or the alt key on Windows, ⇧ for the shift key, and ⏎ for the return (enter) key. Arrow keys are ◄ (left), ► (right), ▲ (up), and ▼ (down).
|Context||Keys||Jump to / Behavior|
|cover||⌥ ◄||Books by Tom Sharp|
|⌥ ▲||About Tom Sharp|
|⌥ ►||about this book (this page)|
|⇧ ⌥ ▼||contents|
|contents||⇧ ⌥ ▲||cover|
|⌥ ▼||select the next item in the contents|
|⌥ ▲||select the previous item in the contents|
|⌥ ►||open the selected page|
|⌥ ⏎||open the selected page|
|poem||⇧ ⌥ ▲||contents|
|⌥ ▲||select the previous poem, or, from the top poem, open the previous page|
|⌥ ▼||select the first chapter, or, from the bottom poem, open the next page|
Tom Sharp is a Native American of Aleut heritage, a member of Seldovia Village Tribe. He is the author of numerous books, including Spectacles: A Sampler of Poems and Prose, Taurean Horn Press (ISBN 0-931552-10-9), a novel, Hans and the Clock (ISBN 979-8580172484), The book of science, SciFi (ISBN 979-8694935210), Things People Do (ISBN 979-8687425568), The book of beliefs (ISBN 979-8683553593), The I Ching (ISBN 979-8573510620), Images (ISBN 979-8577560515), Aleut Artifacts (ISBN 979-8575608998), Aleut Words (ISBN 979-8582103394), and First Nations (ISBN 979-8682924769).