New York City native Arthur G. Typermass shines along with his outrageous cast of characters in a collection of seven short stories laced with wit, wisdom, and misadventures. When the future of a beloved Florida zoo hangs in the balance, a surreptitious group of supporters devises a plan with far-reaching consequences. Sometimes it is the seemingly quietest factions that carry the loudest, most convincing voices. A desperate executive on the run from himself embarks upon a frantic odyssey and into a web of his own creation. Santa Claus gives serious consideration to selling his toy business and retiring. After the president of the United States dies in a freakish manner, one woman is awarded the final parking space in the country. The award turns out to be a dubious honor. In the 1950s, a summer intern at a New York City advertising agency learns that his input at the firm is more valuable than what he is initially told. Talking to My Hand is a collection of stories full of laughter and poignancy that touches on many intriguing human experiences. Enjoy the antics of larger-than-life characters pushed to their limits by a series of scandalous events.