Praise for Akhmed and the Atomic Matzo Balls

“The Dr. Strangelove for our times.”
Marcy Gordon, travel writer and editor of Leave the Lipstick, Take the Iguana

“This book is very sick. Highly recommended.”
J.Maarten Troost, author of Getting Stoned with Savages, Lost on Planet China, and The Sex Lives of Cannibals

“I’m ashamed to say I loved this book. It’s demented, deranged, and offensive…but hysterically funny.”
Lavinia Spalding, author of Writing Away: A Creative Guide to Awakening the Journal-Writing Traveler

“Delectably despicable. Will blow you right out of your burqa.”
Kirsten Koza, author of Lost in Moscow: a Brat in the USSR

“Radioactivity has never been so much fun.”
Sean O’Reilly, author of How to Manage Your Dick

“Buslik will throw anyone under the bus for a cheap laugh. Frankly, we’re sick of it.”
Rabbi T. Canarish

“The world’s funniest book outside of North Korea.”
Supreme Leader, name withheld

“Wackier than a bus plunge!”
Hugo C., prominent Venezuelan

“You’ll wet your Depends! Trust me!”
Fidel C., prominent Cuban


Praise for A Rotten Person Travels the Caribbean

“P.J. O’Rourke and Paul Theroux in a Blender.”
Luis Alberto Urrea, author of The Devil’s Highway

“If I were an immigration officer in the Caribbean, I would never let this man enter my country!”
Tom Miller, author of Trading with the Enemy: A Yankee Travels through Castro’s Cuba

“When Gary Buslik dies, study his brain. We have to prevent the same thing happening again.”
Daniel P. Luce, inmate counselor, Stateville Penitentiary, Joliet, Illinois

“Fast-paced, quick-witted, and dangerously irreverent.”
Elliott Hester, author of Adventures of a Continental Drifter and the bestselling Plane Insanity

“I blame myself.”
Shirley Buslik, Gary’s mother

“I’ll be reading, then I’ll just start laughing…I love it!”
Anita Dunham-Potter, travel columnist,

“A mordantly funny, sharply observed assault on the islands by a gifted writer off his meds.”
J. Maarten Troost, author of The Sex Lives of Cannibals, Getting Stoned with Savages, and Lost on Planet China

“For 254 seriously funny pages, this University of Illinois at Chicago literature and creative writing teacher recounts the highlights of a couple of decades’ worth of travel around the islands.”
Chicago Sun-Times


Praise for The Missionary’s Position

“JOLLY…FUNNY…HEARTWARMING. No matter what ails you, this book will cheer you up.”
Elaine Jaffe-Randolph, Book Marks

“Buslik’s villains are the most endearingly repugnant in the history of funny literature.”
Sandy Cross, USVI First Edition

“Gary Buslik has a very strange mind.”
Daniel P. Luce, Psychotherapist, Elgin Mental Hospital