Have a Weird Day: Reflections And Ruminations on the Saint Louis Experience
A compilation of 62 mostly-humorous columns published in The Riverfront Times from 1991 to 1999, and re-worked for publication. Highly topical to St. Louis and the Midwest, characters include a Sasquatch-creature named Mo-Mo, a good Samaritan milkman, and a foul-mouthed, piano-playing grandma. Readers are taken to the funeral of a dog, a nudist camp, and a tavern where a dying man is holding his own wake. Stage has been compared to Damon Runton in style and choice of topics, although he feels a closer literary connection to P.J. O'Rourke and S. J. Perelman.
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