A Modest Pro-POE-sal: Jonathan Swift and Doonesbury in the Age of Poe's Law

Column by Bart Bishop November 15, 2017
A look back at Jonathan Swift's "A Modest Proposal" and the comic strip Doonesbury and how Poe's Law has made their satire irrelevant.

The Insane True Story of How Doctor Wesley Snipes Wrote His First Novel

Column by Max Booth III August 18, 2017
It's an urban fantasy supernatural spiritual thriller.

The Voices of Trumpmerica

Column by Leah Dearborn
This is the first Independence Day under a new presidential administration, and it's unlikely to be one we'll forget.
Fake Punk News: An Interview with Hard Times Founder/Editor Matt Saincome

Fake Punk News: An Interview with Hard Times Founder/Editor Matt Saincome

Interview by Christoph Paul
Christoph Paul interviews the founder and head editor of popular punk satire site The Hard Times.

How to Create an Award-Winning Magazine Without Ever Spending a Dime

Column by Max Booth III May 13, 2016
Call us when you have a real challenge.

The 10 Most Compelling Hitlers in Fiction

Column by Peter Derk April 20, 2016
Some of the weirdest, wackiest, dare I say most compelling fictional portrayals of Adolf Hitler.
Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Bookshots: 'American Housewife' by Helen Ellis

Review by Cath Murphy
I was wrong. America can do satire.
Bookshots: 'Year of the Goose' by Carly J. Hallman

Bookshots: 'Year of the Goose' by Carly J. Hallman

Review by Leah Dearborn
Acidic and slapstick, 'Year of the Goose' is a satire as sharp as a gleaming beak or a pair of beady black eyes.
Bookshots: 'The Blondes' by Emily Schultz

Bookshots: 'The Blondes' by Emily Schultz

Review by Freddie Moore
A satirical thriller that goes beyond blonde stereotypes.