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Terry Bisson's They're Made Out Of Meat, originally published in Omni Magazine, 1990.
By: dave
Thursday, Sep 6th 2012 (4:56am)
So I guess there's some new vampire fuck book out there that all the teens are crazy over right now. Here's a random text generator for it.
By: dave
Friday, Aug 3rd 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: turkboy
It's the literary equivalent to the neighborhood lemonade stand - Little Free Library will sell you (or show you how to build) a small post-mounted honor library that you can set up in your front yard and share works with your neighbors. Very very cool.
By: dave
Thursday, Aug 2nd 2012 (12:01am)
The story is by Philip K. Dick, the legendary flipped-out weirdo and science fiction author whose books have been endlessly adapted into films. Everyone knows Blade Runner, based on his novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? What most people don't know is that the late Philip K. Dick has been reincarnated. As an android.
By: dave
Thursday, May 3rd 2012 (12:00am) | Thanks: funk
I was in a supermarket recently searching for a brown mustard-and-conditioner in one. It was while I was reading the ingredient label on a jar of Gouldens Dry Scalp Formula that I looked to the children's book rack and there spied the title "My Little Golden Book About God." For the safety of our race (if any still remain) I have translated this book in the hopes that a resistance may arise. Read the baby powder-scented Final Solution of our enemies from beyond, otherwise known as: My Little Golden Book About Zogg.
By: dave
Tuesday, Feb 7th 2012 (7:25am) | Thanks: j20
There are lots of ways to mark the passage of time, but none as unusual as seeing what common household objects find their way up a person's innards.
Enjoy a brief perusal through this 11 photo gallery.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Nov 18th 2011 (5:02am) | Thanks: Leeper
That's what Susan Andersen's novel Baby, I'm Yours was supposed to say. Thanks to a typo, it says something subtly yet drastically different.
By: dave
Tuesday, Sep 13th 2011 (5:45am) | Thanks: the awl
Brilliant! But now I want to read the book, and see the movie.
By: Sunny
Wednesday, Aug 31st 2011 (4:55pm) | Thanks: Laurie Notaro
The Republic high school in Missouri recently banned a couple of books, one of which was Slaughterhouse Five by Kurt Vonnegut. The Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library responds by giving a free copy to any Republic student who asks.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 8th 2011 (12:03am)
You'd think that well-respected authors would be an eloquent, friendly bunch... and you'd be wrong. When they start talking about each other, authors can get downright catty.
By: dave
Tuesday, Jun 21st 2011 (5:26am) | Thanks: daily what
Audio book read by Samuel L. Jackson of the children's book Go the F**k to Sleep, by Adam Mansbach, with illustrations by Ricardo Cortes. Enjoy.
By: spam_vigilante
Thursday, Jun 16th 2011 (7:48am) | Thanks: lyzard
I've never heard of Chip Zdarsky nor read his works - but based upon this single page I think I need to look him up in the library. I'm assuming not in the 'Teen Lit' section, as it's certainly NSFW.
By: dave
Tuesday, May 24th 2011 (4:55am)
Shed's a struggling author - he poured his heart and soul into an autobiographical self-help book for 5 years, then spent another 2 years getting it published... and it tanked.

Now, he's finally cracked Amazon's top lists with his latest book. This is noteworthy because his latest book is totally blank.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 12th 2011 (4:14am)
One thing I love is a good end-of-the-world story. I've read and enjoyed a lot of them, and many are on this list... including my personal favorite, Lucifer's Hammer.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 31st 2011 (12:00am)
For only $9.95 at Amazon.com, you too can get your very own copy of this classic book. Yes, it's a book you poke your penis through.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Jan 21st 2011 (5:53am) | Thanks: clkbklyn
Isaac Asimov's stories will bend your brain if given a half a chance - and here's 2 of them, to make a whole chance of brain bendage: The Last Question and The Last Answer.
By: dave
Tuesday, Dec 7th 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: reddit
Sure, you could spend your Friday working, or you could spend the day sitting in a butterfly chair, wearing a fez and smoking jacket, while enjoying some light tasteful literature.
By: dave
Friday, Nov 5th 2010 (5:57am) | Thanks: infolinkment
In other countries, college students study time-honored, revered classics. Here, not so much.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 18th 2010 (6:06am)
While most are familiar with Roald Dahl through his timeless classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, his life was consumed with far more than just childrens stories.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 9th 2010 (6:03am)
Oh, the noble and stoic horse, ever elegant in form and disposition... except of course for young Latawyna, who'd just as soon smoke and drink and shoot heroin into her eyeballs.
By: dave
Monday, May 10th 2010 (6:13am)
Seven thousand copies of a cookbook called the Pasta Bible have had to be destroyed because one of its recipes recommended adding 'salt and freshly ground black people'.

Naturally, the publisher is claiming it's a typo. Riiiight.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 20th 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: brady
You'd think the authors of classic literature would be a humble, respectful bunch regarding their peers, but no - truth of the matter is, most were just catty dickweeds that loved to talk shit about each other.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 19th 2010 (6:18am) | Thanks: mefi
The flip-top cigarette pack is one of the most successful pieces of packaging design in history. TankBooks pay homage to this iconic form by employing it in the service of great literature. We have launched a series of books designed to mimic cigarette packs - the same size, packaged in flip-top cartons with silver foil wrapping and sealed in cellophane.
By: dave
Friday, Apr 9th 2010 (6:33am) | Thanks: presurfer
The storied history of the paperback book in American culture starts with a single goal: to make reading materials available to travelers for the cost of a pack of smokes.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 6th 2010 (12:05am) | Thanks: boingboing
Whodathunk that the Huffington post was good for more than stirring up angry liberals into a froth? Turns out they also have a fairly robust bead on literature as well.
By: dave
Friday, Apr 2nd 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: kjo
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