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Theater Review (LA): ‘Fat Pig’ by Neil LaBute


LaBute's examination of relationships and body image receives a solid revival at the Hudson Mainstage Theater in Hollywood. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Fishing For Light’ by Nathaniel Sewell


What do the IRS, Nashville, the Hope Diamond, and a young man named Jim Bob all have in common? Read More »

DVD Review: Twenty Twelve: The Complete Series

Serious people doing serious jobs taking themselves very seriously - even if nobody else does. Read More »

Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters

Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters: A non-horror, non-comedy, non-drama from which filmmakers can learn Read More »

An Interview with Kerry Soper About His Book, We Go Pogo: Walt Kelly, Politics, and American Satire

We have met Kerry Soper and he explains why he wrote a biography on Walt Kelly, creator of Pogo, and what he learned in the process. Read More »

Book Review: Serial Date by D.V. Berkom

I highly recommend Serial Date to those who enjoy murder mysteries with a touch of satire. Read More »

Book Review: Capitol Hell by Jayne J. Jones & Alicia M. Long

A taste of humor from Capitol Hill. Read More »

Book Review: Lifestyle: A Tale of Upscale Suburbia and a Girl by Simon Plaster

Inside its ornamental gates, all is not as enviable as the town's citizens would like. Read More »

Satire: Todd Akin Cries Out, “Oh No, I’m Not Pregnant!”

Shamed by his condition, Akin whisks himself off to a Family Planning Clinic. Read More »

Book Review: Damned by Chuck Palahniuk

Damned is Chuck Palahniuk's satirical look at a teen in hell. Read More »