Jesse Gordon—the author, that is

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The official Web site of author Jesse Gordon, featuring articles, news, reviews, short stories, book information, and the SuperMegaNet webserial.



Latest Blog Posts



Poolside

on Nov 14, 2016 in: Fiction, humor, writing

“Besides that time Frankie pornified the clubhouse Blu-ray player when he was thirteen, we rarely get into trouble.” —Brandon Flammer, Sunny Buns ep. 4, “Poolside”...

The latest episode of Sunny Buns is titled “Kirk Picardo,” but really the whole thing is just an excuse for the introduction of Frankie’s Triple-S / S3 dick classification system. “All these mommies going on daytime TV looking for...

Touch Bar

on Nov 1, 2016 in: Fiction, humor, writing

I’ve never been much of an Apple fanboy to begin with, so I’m not too broken up over the new MacBook Pro updates, and how all the ports and SD card reader have been replaced with a Touch Bar. It’s been obvious for a while now that A...

My deepest apologies for allowing another new SuperMegaNet episode to leak unto the Interwebs. I’m currently working with local law enforcement to get it removed as quickly and with as little collateral damage as possible. In the meantime, the...

The Beginning

on Oct 11, 2016 in: Fiction, writing

New Sunny Buns posted—in which the difference between nudity and sex is explained through a relevant Piers Anthony example. It can be a difficult concept to grasp. People hear that you and your parents like to hang out naked, and they immediate...

Sunny Buns

on Oct 2, 2016 in: Fiction, writing

I’m starting a new webserial this month called Sunny Buns. The official blurb goes a little something like this: Fresh out of high school, and clueless as to what he wants to do with the rest of his life, Brandon Flammer takes on a summer job a...

Cockstalker

on Oct 1, 2016 in: Fiction, humor, writing

New SuperMegaNet posted at the expense of needy third-world children: Dropping onto my hands and knees, I peer under the stall doors—at just about the exact same moment two more boys decide to enter the restroom. With cockroach-like reflexes, I scu...