Stories by Robbie Stern

Robbie Stern,

The life and times of a rocking chair.

Robbie Stern,

"About 6000 years ago, in an oft-disputed location, there lived a humble snake."

Robbie Stern,

"I thought I enjoyed a baked potato every now and then, but these girls, as I soon found out, could out-tater me any day of the year."

Robbie Stern,

"Today, the Couch Potato is a boring, brown, bakeable lump, hardly worth any working person’s attention."

Robbie Stern,

"The eighth dwarf, known to his dwarf brothers as Tobey, lived a short life. No, not like what you’re thinking."

Robbie Stern,

What would you do if your co-worker was a cannibal?

Robbie Stern,

Nathan shook his head in disbelief. Then, in a moment of realization, his eyes grew wide. “No more custard.”

Robbie Stern,

Edward It is the foreman of a literary operation, the overseer of Straighteners, Numberers, Binders, Cutters, Titlers and Printers.

Robbie Stern,

"One bright morning, in the middle of the forest, three bears sat down for breakfast. Mama Bear laid out three heaping bowls of organically grown soy germ."

Robbie Stern,

Once upon a time there lived a strange creaturewith patches of tawny fur intermixed with bare skin and crooked teeth.

Robbie Stern,

A modern retelling of the classic fable.

Robbie Stern,

"Said the mouse with a sigh. / 'I’d jump up so high / And tickle the sky.'"

Robbie Stern,

Hello. I’m a monster. I live under a bed. My friends call me Frank. But everyone else calls me the monster under the bed.

Robbie Stern,

"The body of water was easy enough to find, but how would he locate such an elusive source of knowledge that resides submerged in an aqueous solution?"

Robbie Stern,

"Carp Diem begins at daybreak, when the King of Atlantis ceremoniously slaughters the First Carp."

Robbie Stern,

"If any part of the Lion’s workflow faltered, he would not be able to ruin the dreams of hopeful writers. And that needs to happen."