In the tradition of humor anthologies like those of Steve Martin's Pure Drivel, Woody Allen's Getting Even, and the author's favorite, Jack Douglas' Never Trust a Naked Bus Driver, SK Morton has cobbled together some of his own essays, short stories, and other illegible tripe, to form Grandpa's Cheese.
With the book divided into sections featuring unauthorized autobiographical works, fictional non-fiction, and original plagiarized stories, Grandpa's Cheese is guaranteed to provide, a minimum of, two sympathy chuckles.
Still not sold? Neither was Harper Collins. But their loss is your breaking even. Grandpa's Cheese has been described as a throwback to midcentury style comedy from writers who knew how to walk the line between satire and farce with clever wordplay and silly takes on otherwise mundane life events. In Grandpa's Cheese, SK deftly bounces between voices likened to Steve Allen to Don Rickles to Dave Letterman to Tina Fey.