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Black Humourist Press

Literature stew. Stories of the decline and decadence of our American culture. BHP stories are about people, their lives, and how we all relate to each other through our different cultural experiences. Always current and entertaining.

After numerous attempts at breaking through the publishing industry through traditional means, it was decided to self-publish. The old models of publishing, although effective, make it difficult for new authors to get started. In the face of new methods used by the latest generation of recording artists, it’s time to embrace the new tools and just get out there on our own. The Black Humourist Press is open to collaboration and publishing your work, too. Please jump over to the Contact page to begin our conversation.

John Mark Calahan

John Mark Calahan is a product of LA, Chicago, Detroit, and Canadian cultures. Currently play bass and sing for the band Skapone from Chicago and Superdot from Detroit. Graduated in 1994 from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago with a BA in
History with a minor in English and French. Currently live in Evanston, Illinois but swears one day he’s moving to Quebec.
John may be contacted through blackhumourist at aol.com

Adelle Calahan

John’s daughter, Adelle, is currently attending university and playing hockey. She also handles all media inquiries for the Black Humourist. If you would like to set up an interview, or request a free copy of Black Humourist material, please contact Adelle at acblckhmrst ato aol.com

Jason Duerr
JD, or J-san, is the technical end of Blackhumourist. He does all the editing, graphics, web stuff, videos, and everything that falls into the ‘other’ category. He may be reached at: chicagoindustrial at gmail.com .

3 Comments »

  1. Ищите где можно скачать драйвера для windows 7 ?

    Comment by rzerqx — February 21, 2012 @ 9:15 pm | Reply

  2. I would like an Adelle and a Jason. Really. Found your blog under humour. And it is! Thanks for the laugh.

    Comment by honeydidyouseethat? — May 7, 2013 @ 5:46 am | Reply


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