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Book News, Tour Dates and Passover

BOOK NEWS: For the past year and a quarter, I’ve been working on The Bark Minder Project, a collection of edgy work for adults. As part of that, I created a novel that was initially serialized on Spotify.  Last week…Read more
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Who ate the first clam?

I often wonder about the origin of human interests. Who was the first scientist? Usually, I find that it begins with Og, the caveman. Og is a hapless protagonist who makes a lot of mistakes. In this story, Og stumbles…Read more
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It’s Quahog Week

What are the Vampire Clams of Narragansett Bay? Who ate the first clam? Find out This Saturday from 9:30 to 1:30 pm at 1005 Main Street, Pawtucket, RI (second Floor) Or purchase here now. Loading The Vampire Clams of Narragansett…Read more
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Watch the Audies Tonight!

It’s tonight! Starting around 7:30! See if Loki Ragnarok is the big winner for Original work! Or will it be Magus Elgar? or Splat! A Quirky Cat Audio Book? Or someone else? Watch the #audies2019 and see who wins. CSPAN…Read more
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Stop Playing the Reality Election Game Show

Almost every day during the winter, someone would look at the sticker on my puffy down parka and say, “I voted for Bernie.” or “Still hanging on, huh?” I’d slapped it on a billion “news cycles” ago, because I supported…Read more
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Award News! LOKI RAGNAROK Nominated for 2019 Audie Award

February 4, 2019. New YorkLOKI RAGNAROK, written and narrated by Mark Binder has been nominated for a 2019 Audie Award for Best Original Work! The audiobook was published by Light Publications, and is available on Audible, GooglePlayAudioBooks, Scribd, and many…Read more
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Bark Minder Project Novel Draft 18 Complete!

Some of you know that for the past year I’ve been working on a novel under the nom de plume of “The Bark Minder Project.” I created this alter-ego as a way of developing new material that might be edgy…Read more
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Life in Chelm (live at Limmud)

“The Challah that Ate Chelm” is one of my oldest and most favorite stories… Friday is #challahday — and I’ve been baking for years. But when I started, it was a disaster. “The Challah that Ate Chelm” is a story…Read more
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The Last Hanukkah Candle

Will this be Rabbi Kibbitz's last Chanukah? It seems unimaginable, but I've been writing Hanukkah stories for more than 20 years. This year's tale is somewhat wistful.