Stuff By Modern Humorist Contributors
of a Nation: The Best Contemporary Humor
volume of "The Best Contemporary Humor" includes essays by Modern
Humorist Co-Editor John Aboud, Senior Editor Daniel Radosh and contributors Jay
Scheft and Mark
O'Donnell. Plus Daves Eggers and Barry in the same book
for the first and last time ever.
Your Score 2001-2002: The Underground Guide to the SAT
by Michael Colton, et al
Humorist rescued Co-Editor Michael Colton from a lifetime of churning
out educational test-prep guides like this. Buy it for an ambitious
Nothing You Dismay Also: Getting
by Mark O' Donnell
you like Mark
O'Donnell's cartoons, that's no indication at all that you'll
also like his tragicomic novels of New York life. But we think you
Murray Saved Christmas
by Mike Reiss
Reiss, creator of such adult-oriented comedy as A
Tour of The Trask Museum and Meet
the New Five Dollar Bill conjures something for the kiddies
in this new holiday tale.
The Quest to End Baldness
by Gersh Kuntzman
Kuntzman, better known to MH readers as ace political reporter Pseudonymous
wants bald people to know that there is hope. Or at least that there
is a funny new book they can pre-order.
Magic Whistle Blows
by Sam Henderson
Henderson deserves a book of his own. Fortunately, he has
Slam: The Jesse Ventura Story
by Jake Tapper
Jake Tapper isn't drawing "The
Adventures of Clintin" he puts actual full sentences together
as political reporter for Salon, and also writes books like this
Sissies, and Fiascoes
Featuring David Rakoff
heard his voice on A
Tour of the Trask Museum and on MH's On
The Media skits, now hear him read his own material as part
of this brilliant compilation from This American Life.
Written and Directed by Rick Moranis
the Rick Moranis who conceived of MH's Tiger
Woods photo funny is THAT Rick Moranis.
by Lloyd Dangle
Dangle is far more prolific than his single
illustration for us might imply. This book is proof.
the Quig and the Rumplenut Tree
by Tim Robinson
people would be content with just drawing people with no genitals.
Not Tim Robinson. He wrote and illustrated a kids' book too.
Corpse: A Chain Story by 69 Artists
Co-edited by R. Sikoryak
the illustrator of Alan
Greenspan's Tales of Terror comes this equally chilling
tome. Co-edited with Art Spiegelman and, more impressively, including
a segment by Mort "Beetle Bailey" Walker.