From the Back Cover
"This book made me laugh so hard milk came out of my nose. Which is weird because I was drinking orange juice. That's how funny Casper Kelly is: his jokes turn orange juice into milk. One of the funniest books I've read in years. Great, now milk is coming out of my nose again. I really have to stop drinking orange juice when I read."
-Charles Yu, author of HOW TO LIVE SAFELY IN A SCIENCE FICTIONAL
UNIVERSE and THIRD CLASS SUPERHERO
"MORE STORIES ABOUT SPACESHIPS AND CANCER is as beautifully giddy, lurid and self-aware as a pre-code EC horror comic, works of art that already felt like Donald Barthelme wrote them. But Casper Kelly pushes that mischievous postmodern spirit into a new place for the otherwise horrible 21st century. This book hits the spot like a good laugh over an open grave."
-Jack Pendarvis, The Believer columnist and author of THE MYSTERIOUS
SECRET OF THE VALUABLE TREASURE and YOUR BODY IS CHANGING
"Kelly has written something energetic, inventive, entertaining, and hilarious that is yet genuinely concerned and fascinated with what it means to be a human being at this exact moment in time. And that's f***ing awesome."
-Joe Randazzo, editor, The Onion
About the Author
Casper Kelly writes bizarre late-night television primarily for Cartoon Network's Adult Swim on shows such as Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell, Squidbillies, Stroker & Hoop, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Harvey Birdman: Attorney at Law, and others. Like, at least three others. His cartoon strip, Fried Society, appeared in alt weekly newspapers across the country and his other creative work has been featured in Wired, Entertainment Weekly, online literary magazines, and various film festivals. He won an Annie. That's a fairly big animation award. Although it's no Emmy or Oscar, don't want to give you that impression. He lives in Atlanta. He is very tall and when people round a corner suddenly and see him they tend to involuntarily exclaim "Gah!". This is his first book.