Bill Steinkellner has had a long career in comedy, from the world of improv (with The Groundlings) to Broadway, with stops along the way in mainstream television (Cheers) and even an animated TV series and spinoff feature (Disney’s Teacher’s Pet, a particular favorite of mine). Some years ago he started buying random postcards at flea markets and antique shows and inventing colorful, odd, and offbeat stories to match the images. After entertaining his family with these musings he gathered them into a book, Postcards from the Moon. Now, being a thoroughly modern kind of guy, he posts (no pun intended) his colorful thoughts and—
—ideas online. Some of the cards are even scenes from vintage films—the more obscure the better, as far as he’s concerned. If your sense of humor aligns with Bill’s you’ll want to drop in at his site every day.
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