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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 »

Blu-ray Review: Eating Raoul (Criterion Collection)

A murdering, swinging good time! Read More »

Book Review: The Big Book Of Dan: Road Alligators And Other Incongruous Possibilities by Daniel C. Dulik

A collection of humorous short stories, poems, and essays examining life from Daniel Dulik's unique perspective. Read More »

Book Review: Snafu: A Tale of Presidential Election and a Girl

A timely book for every American politician, voter, and student of political science. Read More »

The Bold and the Feckless

If feckless isn't trending on Twitter, it should be. Read More »

Theatre Review (LA): Doomsday Cabaret at the Hollywood Fringe Festival

Michael Shaw Fisher's entertaining end-of-the-world rock musical premieres at this year's Hollywood Fringe Fest. Read More »

Book Review: The Rules of Attraction by Bret Easton Ellis

A brilliantly written moral disaster story revolving around college students who attend more parties than classes. Read More »

Book Review: Koontown Killing Kaper by Bill Campbell

With a healthy dose of chaos and a touch of the ridiculous, Bill Campbell returns with his satire of hip hop culture and inner city living. Read More »