HUMOR

Digging for the Family’s Amazement

There’s a part of me always hunting for this treasure

illustration by author

Every summer, my little family and I travel to Maine, the home country. There is much visiting, and many Maine delicacies to consume: whoopie pies, lobster, and Moxie, the whisky of soda pop.

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A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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Daniel Williams

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A poverty-stricken, soft Batman by night. Illustrator and writing teacher by day. Previously: McSweeney’s, Slackjaw.

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