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Inside the Tennis Shop

By William Herff:

“You’re making a racket, Linus.”

“Yes, I am making a racket, boss.”

“Please stop making that racket, Linus.”

“You want me to stop making this racket?”

“You’re giving me a headache, Linus.”

“Okay, sooo…stop making the racket?”


“So, what do you want me to do?”

“Short, irreverent, and wildly unfunny, Mr. Herff’s poetic debut, ‘Inside The Tennis Shop,’ hinges on a muted punchline that smacks of mediocrity to the highest degree. Go back to making videos, Mr. Herff, you do not belong here.”

-Paul Gage, The New York Times


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