May 23, 2024
Welcome to Wickedly Maine

Welcome to Wickedly Maine

I’ll Keep It Short

Welcome to Wickedly Maine — your main source of satire that covers everything from Alewives to Zero friggin’ degrees. I love to laugh. Love love love. It turns out that noodling on silly ideas is pretty fun, too. I’m here to bring some good ol’ Maine humor into your life – from absurd small-town stories to bizarre big-city happenings.

Will I keep writing Wickedly Maine? I hope so. If you like what you read, please consider sharing it with your friends and family. And if you don’t, well, I won’t hold it against you.

It’s all in good fun – stay wicked!


Oh, if you’re wondering about me, well, aren’t we all? You can read this page that might just leave you with more questions than answers.


I want to give a few shoutouts.

First: Tim Sample — legendary Maine humorist that brought a lot of laughs to the state.

Second: Bob Marley — not only is he a Maine comedic genius, but his CRONA WATCH updates during 2020 brought laughter when people needed it the most.

Finally: a shoutout to Seth who ran the short-lived, New Maine News satire blog that came out a few years back. It hit my Facebook feed a few times, and I thought it was pretty great. Here’s hoping Wickedly Maine can keep the Maine satire flowing.


A quick nod and apology to my and Maine’s favorite fiction author, Stephen King. Using an adverb as the very first word of the title of this set of work is like a defiant kid telling his/her/their parent that they know best. Maybe those psychologists are onto something when they say the brain doesn’t process the word don’t. I don’t know. Wait, what? Anyway, I can’t help but wonder if all the time I heard you literally saying don’t USE ADVERBS in the On Writing audiobook just left the imprint of using adverbs on my brain. We’ll never really know…

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