The most serious parody of a literary journal, ever.
Starting with Issue 7, UJ is now on Joomag, and subscriptions are free.
- F**k Man, The Monkeys. In which Infinite Monkeys form a union, our kitten overlords send another message, and clones get sued.
- Like a Slip n’ Slide, but Less HPV. In which Jackie gets Screeded, indulgence and madness in Nothing Was Wrong, and Lovecraftian gardening happens.
- Chill, Naught from Cold. Our WWI-centenary issue. Kaiser Wilhelm finds his hands tied, men become beasts in the trenches, and cold cold Scarecrow love.
- Far Out, Man. We space most spacingly. Final three Chapters of Void, and we become the aliens in The Tribe.
As we add issues, I’ll update them here.
The first six issues:
- Consider Yourself Triggered. Midget-slapping, transpeciesism, and academic parodies.
- Like Sheet Metal on a Cheese Grater. Bathhouse shenanigans, Zombies with feelings, and kitten commands.
- The One We Forgot the Tag Line For. The Mystery Bathouse concludes, A man hunts a dragon, and feminists get library fines.
- Come Sample Our Word Salad. We interview the Staten Island Fairy, We have undead job interviews, and we quip most quippingly.
- Vulgar, Vague, and Slightly Suggestive. Home invasions, strange couples, and an interview with Cthulu. Also contains the first chapters of Void.
- Don’t Worry, Your Parents Won’t Approve. Genies deal with ISIS, chapter 2 of Void, and we get shamed over the Ghostbusters remake.
All of the material for the above is collected in the Year One Omnibus.