Andy Borowitz interviewed O. J. Simpson and Alan Greenspan on the craft of writing in a Shouts & Murmurs piece at The New Yorker online. Every now and then, we ask authors whose work we admire to come to our
Andy Raskin’s Modern Romance piece in Sunday’s New York Times is great for those guys whose fathers took time to teach them the ancient rituals of urban survival: The Hunter-Gatherer, Parking Division – New York Times
For every action there is an equal and opposite government program. –Bob Wells Two great South Park articles spotted by John Albrecht and Arts & Letters Daily. South Park takes particular delight in skewering the Hollywood stars who exploit their
If alcohol is a crutch, then Jack Daniel’s is the wheelchair. Eight glasses and you forget the English language. You just have one massive vowel movement. –Robin Williams Political Oratory Before the bloom of the campaign is off the rose
Fans of George Saunders (CivilWarLand In Bad Decline) won’t want to miss his latest New Yorker piece: Nostalgia, in the April 10th issue. The other day I was watching TV and it occurred to me that I’ve become a prude.