Board of Education Upset By Number System

by Hank Quense   FNN’s Educational reporter Jason Pedagogy attended a meeting of the Alabama Board of Education and filed this report. The main speaker at the meeting was a middle school math teacher who gave a talk on the origins of our number system.  When the Board realized our numbers have Arabic roots they reacted with outrage. After a …

Fiscal Innovation by Hank Quense

Faux Network’s religious reporter, Mathew Mark Lukejohn wrote this report after attending a press conference with the Bishop of the Diocese of Weehawken, NJ. A small, middle-class town across the Hudson River from Manhattan, the Diocese is known for its fiscal innovations. Bishop Alteri stated the Church faced a financial crisis caused by the many multi-million dollar settlements in sex …

FAUX NEWS NETWORKS presents: Hank Quense and …

… another book review by our prestigious reviewer, Marcia Hammerhead. Marcia Hammerhead: if there is anything worse than an author who writes genre trash, it’s a prolific author who writes genre trash. My latest assignment is to interview, once again, prolific author of genre trash, Hank Quense. His newest genre trash is called Moxie’s Problem. According to Quense, it is …

IWSG – July 2021- Overcoming Difficulties

IWSG was created by Ninja Captain Alex J Cavanaugh — because Alex understands we need a safe place to congregate, insecurity is part of our creative nature, and together we’re stronger. On the first Wednesday of each month, you can write on any subject related to your writing journey or adopt the option of answering the month’s question. Either way, you’re in safe territory. …

TUNNEL VISION, a short story by Hank Quense

A long time ago, (in the last century) I wrote and sold a bunch of short stories. They were collected and published by a small publishing house as Tunnel Vision. It’s filled with stories about knight-accountants, warrior-chefs, aliens visiting Manhattan, befuddled wizards Long out of print, I started reading them again and was surprised at how well they had aged. …