Click the cover to view images from the book on Flickr

by Kevin Griffith

ISBN 978-1-61019-014-5  full-length ebook
ISBN 978-1-61019-212-5  ebook + companion chapbook

ebook: list price $2.99
ebook + companion chapbook: list price $6.00 + $1.50 shipping

eBook editions are now available:

Companion chapbooks may be ordered now and will begin shipping 22 October 2012. We ship worldwide ($1.50).

In this humorous collection of microfiction, Kevin Griffith explores the breadth and depth of a basic literary device: irony. Bob and Jim, his long-suffering characters, endure ironic twists that rival a Celtic knot in their escapades with beer and bombs. Exploding with wit, this book will forever alter your recognition of irony both on and off the page.

Though this is the first in our “e-only” line of books, we do have a companion chapbook available in print. 21 Kinds of Irony contains a selection of stories from the full-length eBook. This chapbook features a blue parchment cover and twenty 25% cotton pages hand-stitched with German linen thread. The full-length ebook is included with purchase of the print chapbook. (Instructions for receiving the full collection are found on the last page.)

  • You may discuss the book with us at GoodReads.
  • You may interact with the author at our GoodReads Author Q&A from 29 October – 3 November 2012.
  • You may view illustrations from and photos of the book at Flickr.


Kevin Griffith is a professor of English at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. His poetry, fiction, and trans-genre works have appeared in over one-hundred publications. He has published three books of poetry, the most recent of which is Denmark, Kangaroo, Orange (Pearl Editions, 2008).


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