Manifesto 


Things That Don't Exist: a Manifesto by Anonymous 

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"The world at it’s currently run relies on the assumption that each and every member of the earth’s population believe in three fundamental ideas: money, nationality and status. These three concepts have one thing in common: they only exist in our imaginations. Not everyone recognises these concepts as valid, but officially we all do.

As far as the media are concerned, the non-existence of these three works of fiction is the greatest taboo of our time. They’re taken for granted in the same way volcanoes are taken for granted. They’re part of our world, and out of our control.

Now is the time for questions. Where did these beliefs come from? Why are they here? And how do we get rid of them?" 


Fiction


Spiders Inside by Lacy Lalonde
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Lacy Lalonde’s Spiders Inside is a somewhat unnerving short story collection about our relationship with arachnids.







About the author

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Lacy Lalonde is a Maritimer living in Montreal. She owns two tarantulas and in 2012 published a collection of short stories titled, 'Payton's Way and Other Short Stories'. You can follow her on twitter, @lacylalonde, where she promises never to tweet pictures of food. 





The Paperwork Rebuttal by Daniel Roche 
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The Paperwork Rebuttal is a collection of narrative and poetry fused onto federal and state government documents.  These documents range from a disastrous hero found on a jury duty summons, a young man approaching fatherhood according to the Department of Health and Human Services, and the impact of a tragic car accident as claimed by the Department of Transportation.  It’s a comic, tragic and highly original work of literature.     


About the author

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Daniel Roche received his M.A. in English, Creative Writing and M.F.A. in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University.  Selections from ‘The Paperwork Rebuttal’ were finalists for the Platypus Prize in Innovative Fiction, DIAGRAM Contest in Innovative Fiction, as well as included in The Anthology of the Best Innovative College Writing, filling Station Literary Magazine, and Borderline Poetry.  Separately his poetry has been published in Branches Quarterly, Concrete Wolf, and Edgar Literary Review, to name a few.  In addition, his stage plays have been showcased in San Francisco, California and Taichung, Taiwan.  He currently teaches English and creative writing at Guangdong Peizheng College in Huadu, China.  



Wild Stabs at Love or Something Like it by Jessica Harman
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Wild Stabs at Love or Something Like it is a short story collection in which love is examined as an imaginary place in the mind, as well as an agreement between two people that is real but tentative. These are stories of two ships passing in the night, of intercultural communication, of being lost and finding one's self in others, and in one's self. 




About the author
 
Jessica Harman's work has appeared in journals such as "Nimrod," "Spillway," "Bellevue Literary Review," "Stand," "Arion," "Poeisis," "Tears In The Fence," "Iconoclast," and "Rosebud." Her first full-length collection of poetry, "Dream Catcher," released in February 2013, is available on 
amazon.com, and also from Aldrich Press. Her second collection of poems, "Sky Juice," is forthcoming from Propaganda Press in the autumn of 2013. She teaches creative writing at The Loft Literary Center in Minneapolis, sometimes. 

Contact the author: jharman14@aol.com



Life.exe by Stephen Moles 

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Life.exe is a story about sex, drugs and books.  It’s an exploration of language, bending words and phrases into surreal and beautiful patterns.  In Wittgenstein’s words, “If a lion could speak, we could not understand him”.  Life.exe is a demonstration of what it would be like to live among lions, linguistically speaking.  Despite the author’s use of seemingly unintelligible words, Life.exe remains a meaningful tale, accessible to all.






About the author

Stephen_Moles_photoStephen Moles has had novelettes published by Swamp Tea and Biscuits and Blue Lake Review; short stories published by Pif Magazine, Red Fez, Gone Lawn, Why Vandalism? and Gemini; other shorter pieces of fiction and poetry have appeared in Molotov Cocktail, Censored Poets, Flashshots and Blink Ink; his work was also chosen for Matchbook's Google ads project. The author describes his work as "the thrown voice of infinity."  



Stephen's website: http://thedeathofstephenmoles.wordpress.com




Sybernika  by Patrick Whittaker 

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About the book

Rhiannon was dead but it didn't last. Her husband has downloaded her mind into a computer-generated world where he is Lord and Master and she has no rights.

For him, it's Heaven. For her, it's Hell.

 

Danny Jasinski is a freelance computing genius on a mission to hack the unhackable, while battling bizarre hallucinations and paranoid conspiracy theories. 

 

What’s real and what isn’t?  And who's really in control?  

Sybernika is an unsettling, thought-provoking and hugely entertaining sci fi novel. 

 

 

About the author

 

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Patrick Whittaker is winner of the British Fantasy Society's Short Story Competition 2009. He has directed a number of short films, several of which have garnered awards for him.

He currently resides in Blackpool, England where he works as a government phone monkey.



He is the author of King Ubu, Maniac, Angel of the Bus Shelter, Walpurgis Night, Riders on the Storm, Dr Frankenstein's Gift to Womankind, and A Plague of Hearts




Tears For Rahul Dutta
by Gaurav Monga 

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A surreal, existential and dreamlike story cycle, following the life of the mysterious Rahul Dutta.   






About the author 

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Gaurav Monga lives in Ahmedabad with his wife, Meher, where he teaches creative writing at Mahatma Gandhi International School.

Contact: gaurav1982@gmail.com
 





Buryin' Gran and other stories by Frederick A. Lierman

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Bittersweet tales about love, life and death. 





Contact the author: fredsplace2403@aol.com



The Third Person, a novel by Stephanie Newell 

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Stephanie Newell's The Third Person is a brutal, tragic and darkly humorous novel about growing up, sibling rivalry and the ultimate dysfunctional family.  In a series of diary entries, fourteen year old Lizzie shares her secrets about coming to terms with her parents' break-up, battling with her younger sister, and her obsession with the man she is destined to marry… 



Praise for The Third Person
 

“It reads flawlessly, flowingly, with many of the diary entries verging on poetry.”

           Christopher Frost, Neon Magazine


"An impressive and unsettling literary novel."

           Paul Samael, Publishing Waste 


About the author
 

Stephanie Newell
Stephanie Newell lives and works in Sussex. She has published numerous books and articles on African literature and postcolonial literature. The Third Person is her first novel.

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Contact the author: steph_newell@hotmail.com.





The Prodigals, a novel by Frank Burton
 

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The Prodigals follows the lives of four troubled young men in Manchester - Brian, Howard, Declan and the novel's anti-hero, Travis McGuiggan.  It's a book about friendship, religion, drinking, cruelty and love.  It's also a book about leaving home and returning.  





About the author 

Frank Burton
Frank Burton has been published widely in the UK, Australia and USA.  He is the author of the short story collection, A History of Sarcasm (Dog Horn 2009), and the founder of the Philistine Press website.  The Prodigals is his first novel. 

More of Frank's fiction can be found at 
www.frankburton.co.uk.  

Frank Burton's short story collection, A History of Sarcasm is available from
Dog Horn and from Amazon.  

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Contact the author: fjb79@hotmail.com



Smaller Than Most, a flash fiction collection by Kristine Ong Muslim 

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Smaller Than Most is a startling blend of bizarre sci fi, abstract surrealism and twisted fairytales.  






Praise for Smaller Than Most 

“There is an element of the poetic in the careful selection of phrasing and placement. These pieces read snappily, catchingly and incite a compulsion to read on, despite some of the horrors held within.”

                Laura McDonald, Neon Magazine

 

“In these thirteen stories, Muslim creates haunting worlds, familiar and yet alien. Her characters face the beautiful and the horrible in equal measures. Muslim manages to add surreal elements to believable situations, making her stories imminently readable and enjoyable.”

                CL Bledsoe, Prick of the Spindle


About the author 

Kristine Ong MuslimKristine Ong Muslim has poetry and prose appearing in hundreds of publications, including Boston Review, Contrary Magazine, Hobart, Narrative Magazine, The Pedestal Magazine, and Southword.  She authored the full-length poetry collection, A Roomful of Machines (Searle Publishing) and the e-chapbooks, Our Mr. Flip (Scars Publications) and Graphic (Sikworms Ink). Kristine Ong Muslim has been nominated five times for the Pushcart Prize and four times for the Science Fiction Poetry Association's Rhysling Award. Her publication credits are listed here.

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The Pit Bull and Other Tales, a short story collection by Tom Hamilton 

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Five horror stories from the travelling maestro of trepidation, Tom Hamilton.








The Darkerned Corner,
a novella by Tom Hamilton 

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The Darkened Corner covers seventeen years in the life of a traveller, conman, self-hater and hard-drinker, and his continuing obsession with his childhood crush, Katie Rose.  Tom Hamilton's fragmented story is delivered in short, sharp bursts of prose.  




About the author 

Tom Hamilton is an Irish Traveler. His short stories, poems, plays and articles have been widely published. Recently in Withersin Magazine, Existere Literary Journal and in the popular 'Dead Worlds' book series. Along with his lovely wife Mary Theresa and their three small, adorable daughters, Tiffany, Hope and Catalina, he lives in Loves Park IL USA 

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The Hole in the Wall, a novella by Clare Fisher 

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Told from the point of view of five contrasting narrators, The Hole in The Wall is a funny, touching and satirical tale of suburban disharmony.  





Praise for The Hole in the Wall 

“Clare Fisher’s The Hole in the Wall is a beautifully produced, exquisitely edited novella, just as I’ve come to expect from the fantastic Philistine Press.”

                    Dan Holloway, PANK Magazine



About the author 

Clare Fisher
Clare Fisher lives in south London. She enjoys writing, reading and taking long aimless walks. She has been published in various magazines, including Notes from the Underground and The View From Here, and is studying for an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths.  


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Clare Fisher elsewhere on the web 

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Mr If's Entertainment Trilogy 


Book 1
Entertainment 

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Welcome to the entertaining world of poet, enigma and serial adulterer, Mr If.  You've never read anything like this before.  You never will again.  

Contains adult content.  






Book 2 
Violence is the Answer 

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In his second collection of mashed-up poetry and prose, Mr If launches an uncompromising assault on the War on Terror through a confessional account of his affair with Marilyn, the wife of his friend Nettles, a soldier serving in Afghanistan.  Crude, intelligent, shocking and at times very funny, Violence is the Answer is Philistine Press's most controversial ebook to date. 

Read the unofficial introduction to Violence is the Answer on the Philistine Press blog.



Book 3 
Pervert 

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In the third part of Mr If’s Entertainment Trilogy, the legendary author’s tales of sexual excess are drawn to an extraordinary conclusion. 

Skint, rejected and desperate, our pseudonymous protagonist embarks on a trek across small-town England, on what turns out to be a tough mission to cure his “adultery addiction”.






Poetry

Dead Letter Office by Anonymous 

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Dead Letter Office is a bleak tale of lost love told through a series of unsent letters. 












Otherwise by Gregory Liffick

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Gregory Liffick's poems are short, sharp and direct.  Big stories in small spaces.  









About the author

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Gregory Liffick has been writing poetry for many years. He has had two previous chapbooks published, titled "Watershed" and "Earth." He is also an artist and a musician.






Exiled from Main Street: the autobiography of a Midwest town, by Anonymous


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A brutal and honest poetry collection, shining a light into the darkened corners of small town American life.









Happy Fat Children and Protein Enhancers
by Tom Duckworth 

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Composed mainly of anagrams and rearrangements of words, Tom Duckworth's Happy Fat Children and Protein Enhancers creates witty, eccentric poetry out of road signs, bank notes and crisp packets.  The author describes his poems as "mathematical problems to which I have found a particular solution for." 




Praise for Happy Fat Children and Protein Enhancers

Happy Fat Children and Protein Enhancers smiles up at you from the Internet with an uncomplicated glee”

                      Jessica Maybury, decomP Magazine



About the author 


Tom DuckworthTom Duckworth is 22 years old and lives in Exeter. He found that writing poems provided one of many ways to avoid revision for his final University exams which was when most of his work was written. Tom is a fan of the American comedian Demetri Martin, and his poems were largely inspired from having seen Demetri in his brilliant 2003 comedy show entitled ‘If I’. 

In the end Tom did pass all his exams (…nearly) and graduated with a degree in physics, a real mans degree, yet still couldn’t find a proper job. Crazily, he decided it would be a good idea, for now, to stay in academia  and currently works researching physics at the University of Exeter. You’ll often find him in a darkened room playing with green laser light and a camera to take pictures of it.


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The Republic of Naught by Jay McLeod 

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Jay McLeod writes sharp, funny, angry poems about the struggle to resist conformity while working through a string of dead end jobs.  







About the author 


Jay MacLeod is from Vernon, British Columbia.  He has worked many jobs in the service, hospitality, and retail industries. His writing is set to appear in Polluto, Hungur, This Mutant Life, and elsewhere. The Republic of Naught is his first book. 

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The Birth of Taliesin The Bard
 by Richard Britton 

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Based on the mythical tale from the Welsh Mabinogion, Richard Britton's rich gothic tale breathes new life into the neglected form of narrative poetry.  





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About the author 

100_0735Richard is a poet by blood, as well as a theologian and semiotician.  His poetry is neo-romantic, gothic and arabesque.  He firmly believes in the role of the poet as a reformer as well as a performer and that poetry can change the world, but not in the way we necessarily expect.  Richard actively resists the crypto-fascism of today’s western society, but finds popular culture a great medium through which the sublime can percolate.  He is a great admirer of Byron, Keats, Plato, Aristotle, John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold and St. Paul of Tarsus.  Richard often gets lost in his own little microcosm, but he loves poetry because it has protected him from deep melancholies, like a guardian muse. 

Read Richard's two interviews on the Philistine Press blog about The Birth of Taliesin The Bard and Words From The Sky. 

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Contact the author: richbritton@hotmail.co.uk.



Valve Works by Rob Sherman and Sarah Ogilvie

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Taking the human body as its theme, Valve Works combines Rob Sherman's biting and original poetry with Sarah Ogilvie's striking, surreal artwork.  




An accompaniment to the collection is the literally gut-wrenching short story,
Gallstones. 

There's another short story here - Merry Christmas All You Gods.


Praise for Valve Works 

"There is no doubting Sherman's deftness with language nor the tightness of this collection.  This is most definitely not a selection of poems thrown together; it is an author looking at the parts that make up himself, one by one, examining each with an identical eye (which sees, as he notes in a wonderfully acute phrase "but all through water") ... All in all, Valve Works is a very good collection of poems by a very talented poet, accompanied by exquisite illustrations."  
                               Dan Holloway, PANK Magazine. 

About the author 

Rob ShermanRob Sherman is a writer and musician from London. His favourite topics include wholegrain, gods with more than one face and cryptozoology, as well as his own suppurating, horrific body.

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Rob Sherman's blog.
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About the author 


Mr If has submitted the following biographical note: 
"Everything you need to know about Mr If is contained in his writing.  All other biographical information is irrelevant."    

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It Will Always Be. Like This: by Andy Hopkins 

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Andy Hopkins' second poetry collection holds a question mark to art, politics, education and the role of the poet. 







Dark Horse Pictures
by Andy Hopkins 

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Originally published by Selkirk Lapwing Press in 2007, Andy Hopkins' acclaimed poetry collection, Dark Horse Pictures, is a deep, dark labyrinth of language.  





Also available - Andy Hopkins'
Ash Pony You Climb EP.


About the author 

Andy Hopkins
Poet and musician Andy Hopkins lives and works in Carlisle and has been publishing poetry and critical work for a number of years. Selkirk Lapwing, who published his first chapbook, described his work as a "sophisticated breath of fresh air on the contemporary poetry scene" and his debut was their biggest selling title.



Read Andy's  two interviews on the Philistine Press blog about Dark Horse Pictures and It Will Always Be. Like This:

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Fitting Parts by Kenneth Pobo 

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Kenneth Pobo writes about life, politics and sexuality with precision and passion, combining subtle humour with furious anger.  The poems in Fitting Parts expertly expose the hypocrisy of the religious right, while serving as a wakeup call to any liberals who believe bigotry no longer exists.  

Contains adult content.





Praise for Fitting Parts 

"These poems are “speaking out” and expressing something of the human reality of those who feel their existence disregarded by the world of black-suited ministers. Yet there are moments of awe and humor–appreciations of Sappho and Whitman, musings on cocks stalking men in dreams–amidst the anger."
                       Spencer Dew, decomP Magazine.  

"From sharp, cutting derision of the American right to the melancholy image of growing up on the receiving end of distaste and hate as a gay man, the included poems sweep back and forth from rage and sorrow, to courage. Pobo's carefully constructed composition makes every word and line count throughout, skipping flowery language and opting for content rather than laborious poetics." 
                         Shannon Peil, amphibi.us. 


About the author 

Kenneth PoboKenneth Pobo won the 2009 Main Street Rag poetry chapbook contest for his manuscript called Trina and the Sky.  Main Street Rag published it in December 2009.  In 2008, WordTech Press published his book called Glass Garden.  He teaches Creative Writing and English at Widener University.


Read an interview with the author on the Philistine Press blog.


Also by Kenneth Pobo

Trina and the Sky (Main Street Rag, 2009) 
Glass Garden (Word Press 2008) 




Isotropes: A Collection of Speculative Haibun by TJ McIntyre 

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TJ McIntyre’s stunning collection of haibun packs a library full of ideas into a compact space.  With genres ranging from sci-fi to fairytale to realism, Isotropes is as unclassifiable as it is brilliant. 

(Haibun: a literary composition that combines prose and haiku.) 





About the author 

TJ McIntyre
T.J. McIntyre has seen his writing published in numerous publications
including recent appearances in Fantasy Magazine, Everyday Weirdness, Ruthless Peoples Magazine, and Scifaikuest. He is a member of various writing organizations, including the Science Fiction Poetry Association (SFPA), and serves as a moderator for the Lobo Luna and Western Writiers writing communities on LiveJournal. Until earlier this year, he published Southern Fried Weirdness, an anthology and webzine celebrating speculative fiction and poetry with a Southern perspective. He lives in a busy household in the muggy heart of rural Alabama with his wife, two young sons, an aging Doberman mix, five tiger barbs, and three salt-and-pepper catfish.


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Contact the author: southernfriedweirdness@gmail.com



Big Fish Little Fish Cardboard Box by Annette Greenaway

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Twenty eight poems about love, music, nature, travel, meditation and the end of the world.  This dazzling debut collection manages to be both haunting and hilarious.  








The Joy of Atheism by Annette Greenaway 

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Funny, touching and packed with attitude, Annette Greenaway's second poetry collection is a mini-masterpiece.  The Joy of Atheism is partly an atheist manifesto and partly a book about life, art and love.  





Read Annette Greenaway's two interviews on the Philistine Press blog about Big Fish Little Fish Cardboard Box and The Joy of Atheism. 

Contact the author: greenaway.annette@gmail.com



Humour 


Not a Lot of People Know That Vol.2 by David Hailwood an FJ Riley

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In the second volume of David Hailwood and FJ Riley’s ridiculously accurate Not a Lot of People Know That, we learn that all winning Lottery numbers add up to 56, the University of Life is a real place, and 36% of Mexican waves are started by fly-swatters. We hear the story of the world’s least successful fake hermit, and discover why the Isle of Skye is populated almost entirely by injured celebrity chefs.  Based on literally minutes of painstaking research, Not a Lot of People Know That Vol. 2 is the most well-informed book since Not a Lot of People Know That Vol. 1. 




Not a Lot of People Know That by David Hailwood and FJ Riley 

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Not a Lot of People Know That
is a book of facts.  Not a lot of people know these facts.  David Hailwood and FJ Riley know them.  Not a lof of people know who David Hailwood and FJ Riley are, but with facts as accurate as these, they soon will.  






About the authors 


Half man, half cabbage, Dave Hailwood can often be found hanging around near drain covers on a never ending quest to bag himself a Ninja Turtle.
 
He writes comedy material for anyone who'll take it, and occassionally dabbles with cartooning and comic script writing. 

He has a blog at:
www.davidhailwood.blogspot.com which he occassionally remembers to update. 

FJ Riley is a man.  In his spare time, he dances with wolves and has a collection of rare allergies.  His allergies currently include pink marshmallows, birch trees, balsamic vinegar, cotton wool and all human contact.  


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