Hmmm. Which book should I buy? Maybe the one with my name on it?

Finding myself in good company at Barnes & Noble… Thrilled to have hit #22 in Father’s Day sales rank on BarnesandNoble.com

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My Millennial ATM – “MAD” Magazine

Being “Proaaaaactiv” in “MAD” Magazine

“MAD” Magazine Issue #522 https://www.madmagazine.com/issues

“Glass Ceiling Plus” in “MAD” Magazine

“MAD” Magazine Issue #545 (back cover) https://www.madmagazine.com/issues

“Brutally Honest Park Bench Plaques” in “MAD” Magazine

“MAD” Magazine Issue #550 https://www.madmagazine.com/issues

“Workers We’d Like To Go A Day Without” in “MAD” Magazine

MAD MAGAZINE ISSUE #550  https://www.madmagazine.com/issues

“Soldiers of Misfortune” in “MAD” Magazine

“MAD” Magazine Issue #531 https://www.madmagazine.com/issues

“A City Divided By A Beak” in the “NY Times”

A City Divided by a Beak BY ALISON GRAMBS Dear Diary: Third Avenue bus pulled over by frantic man on street. Explains he must retrieve friend’s escaped pet bird from roof of bus. Bird Sitter begs Alarmed Driver to let him climb on top of bus to rescue pet. Driver says no, too dangerous. Bird […]

“What the He’ll?” in the “Huffington Post”

“What the He’ll?” By Alison Grambs Like most Americans, I like to complain. Whatever has irked me – be it a problem at work, a squabble with my parents, a politician’s latest scandal, a friend’s thoughtless remark, or just a spontaneous burst of exasperation with my life in general, I relish in the rant. Also […]

“HOLDING HANDS”

“Holding Hands”  by Alison Grambs A few months ago I was walking home from work along a side street of Manhattan. Casually strolling towards me was a distinguished man and woman who looked to be in their mid-seventies. They were holding hands. I was holding my cell phone. They were quietly talking to each other […]

“Unabridged Signs That Tell It Like It Is” in “MAD” Magazine

“MAD” MAGAZINE ISSUE #540 https://www.madmagazine.com/issues