Why Bad Things Happen to Good Parrots: A Sermon Under the Mount in Three Essays, plus a Short Story about Kurt Vonnegut

In "Why Bad Things Happen to Good Parrots," author Arik Bjorn aims his keyboard at the Creator and asks several pointed questions not about how to live, but about why we are alive. These essays explore the Problem of Evil, the magic chicken multiverse, and chimichanga cosmology--plus there's a bonus tribute to the late, great author Kurt Vonnegut. More
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About Arik Bjorn

Arik Bjorn is a novelist, screenwriter and essayist, but most of all, a dedicated father and public librarian. He enjoys French silk pie as well as a quality shot of bourbon. His writing explores such themes as the Problem of Pain and building Civilization (or at least humanity's efforts to-date).

Bjorn was the 2016 Democratic Party U.S. Congressional candidate for South Carolina's 2nd District. He holds degrees in archaeology/ancient languages and library science. His work has been read by lots of folks in 190 countries.

He has seven books available, including three essay collections: "WAITING FOR CIVILIZATION," "THE R-RATED THEOLOGIAN" and "WHY BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PARROTS."

He has one short story collection, "BIRDS OF A FEATHER," as well as a book of verse, "POCKET LINT."

"SO I RAN FOR CONGRESS" chronicles his experience running for U.S. Congress against Joe "You Lie!" Wilson.

Bjorn's most recent publication is about life in South Carolina during the COVID-19 pandemic, "SHOW & TELL AT WORLD'S END."

Bjorn is also the co-creator and co-host of THE HATE NAPKIN podcast. THEHATENAPKIN.COM

To read more of Arik Bjorn's writings, visit his website, VIKINGWORD.COM -- he is also active on Facebook and Twitter.

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