A Functional Man and Other Stories
Poor Carl. He can't write a simple check to save his life. He can barely drive a car. And yet he's positive he can undo the monumental disaster he caused back at the laboratory. Professor Horst Langsammachen, it's been rumored, has found a way to hurl a baseball at close to the speed of light. Now if only he can find his way to the pitcher's mound. And what a mess Willis has made of things, all because he's incapable of answering simple yes-or-no questions. Here are but three of the characters you'll find in this varied collection of stories about those who can and those who can't. And those unfortunate souls who are often at their mercy.
- Paperback | 316 pages
- 133 x 203 x 17mm | 331g
- 11 Jun 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Martin Zeigler
Martin (Marty) Zeigler lives in Portland, Oregon. His short stories--primarily science fiction, mystery, and horror--have been published in a number of small press anthologies and magazines. He has also edited Oil, an anthology of petroleum-based fiction.