The short stories of P. S. Ehrlich rock along with a gleeful, high-octane humor, cheerfully exploring such universally-loved subjects as sex and drugs, but also the dark world of drug addiction, short women, and inadequately heated college dorms. P. S.'s characters seem to have been born on speed, and they zip fearlessly around his plots as though there could be nothing more satisfying than zipping around a P. S. Ehrlich story. No matter what they're doing, they'll make you laugh and cry and stuff like that.
P. S. Ehrlich is the author-in-progress of the Skeeter Kitefly books and website (www.skeeterkitefly.com). Recent selections have appeared in The Sidewalk's End, Ten Thousand Monkeys, The Shadowshow, Entropic Desires, and Rhapsoidia. P. S. himself is employed by the University of Washington (not necessarily as an instructor) and lives outside Seattle. He is contactable at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Though associated with no graduate writing programs, P. S. Ehrlich was once reading Jitterbug Perfume in a public cafeteria when Tom Robbins walked by. "Hey!" he said to P.S., "is that a good book?"
P. S.'s works here at Unlikely Stories are:
ELOHSSA DECAFTIHS (available in Acrobat format)
The Street Freak and His Old Lady the Ex-Law Student
Proud to Be Short
Visions of Sugarbongs
Because ELOHSSA DECAFTIHS is quite long, an Adobe Acrobat file is provided so that you might conveniently print it out. Please understand that P. S. Ehrlich owns the copyright on ELOHSSA DECAFTIHS and you do NOT have permission to distribute it. In order to use the Acrobat file, you will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free download.