From the people who brought you The Feathertale Review Nos. 1 through 11 comes a 128-page collection of indecent fun. Inspired by recent changes to this country’s parody laws, this issue goes where no previous issues of Feathertale have ever legally gone before. Like into the deviant mind of an Oompa-Loompa. Filled with poetry, comics and original fiction, The Feathertale Review #12 continues in the National Magazine Award-winning tradition of its predecessors.
– An Egregious Interview with Giller Award-finalist Pasha Malla
– 36,837 words of varying degrees of funny
– The story of a Vancouver brothel
– A story about mittens, written by an eight-year-old Newfie
– One woman’s quest for the perfect hamburger
– Jack and the Beanstalk, as told from the Giant’s perspective
Plus words and art by 36 bipeds, many of whose work is more commonly found in the pages of magazines and newspapers like the Globe and Mail, The Walrus and the New York Times Magazine. Cover illustration by Graham Roumieu (author of Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir).