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A Young Wannabe Rapper’s Quest to Find His Daddy

March 25, 2013
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Robert Chatham

A stolen bag of cheese puffs. A battered Aerosmith cassette. A quest to write the baddest rap of all time.

Todd Jenkins, formerly a server at Cracker Barrel, will investigate these and other mysteries in his journey to seek out his real father: “Family Matters” star Reginald VelJohnson.

In Robert Chatham‘s novella “Noisome Beasts,” Todd’s journey will lead him to disgusting all-you-can-eat buffets, morality conventions, and a horrific future featuring terrifying robots.

Todd and his best friend Edgar embark on a terrifying adventure across the American midwest, into darkest nightmares and brightest dreams.

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Secrets revealed!

In a recent blog post Robert Chatham says he’s been fielding a lot of questions from book clubs. So he offers some answers:

  • I am Todd. Rebecca is definitely Edgar.

  • I used to really like Wilson Phillips and Phil Collins. When I think back on it, I wonder what was wrong with my parents. Why did they let me do that?
  • I am the worst on road trips, because, like Todd, I have to go to the bathroom frequently. The More You Know! The truck stop is a real place where I made Rebecca stop. I still regret it to this very day.

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One Response to A Young Wannabe Rapper’s Quest to Find His Daddy

  1. March 25, 2013 at 5:13 pm

    Truly enjoyed this interview. Thank you again so much for having me on your podcast, Bill!

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