The writers we employ here at Sane Magazine, in addition to being terrible bores in the pub on weekends, tend to write quite a lot. For which we usually pay them. In some cases, a few of them have wound up being paid by others to write novels in the hope that they can bore a whole lot more people than the Goat in Boots can hold. There are presently five four such attempts at mass boredom either out there or on the way by former or present Sane Magazine members of staff:

Time: a novel, by M. Hanlon
An Unrelated Story: another novel, by M. Hanlon
Curious, by William Murphy
Sleep(s) on Chickens, by William Murphy

— mhanlon.

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