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Posted by Eden M. Kennedy on Jun 22, 2011 at 1:22 pm in News

We have traveled many lands. Seen many people. Read many parts of our book. Eaten all kinds of room service.

Do you have a copy of our book yet? Of course you do. Don’t be silly. It’s in your hands right now. Or, no, you’re driving to the store! You should probably stop reading this.

We want to give a special shout-out to Portland, Seattle, San Francisco, Burlingame, Chicago, and, finally, Minneapolis. You came to our readings, and for that we will never forget you.

The rest of you can go screw yourselves.

Ha, ha! But we are only joking. That’s what we do! It’s kind of our thing. If we could have gone to every city in the entire world, know that we would have, maybe. Within reason. Look. We got tired. We are mostly human. I mean only. ONLY human.

Not only are we back, but look, we have new content for you! Just in time for the first day of summer, here’s our handy guide to Summer Camps. We’re not talking about day camps. Those are for chumps. To us, the only true summer camp is the one where you send your kid and you don’t see him for a good, long time. You don’t see him until you remember that you do love him after all. THAT kind of camp. Where memories are forged! Wedgies are administered! CAMP!

In conclusion: camp.


Posted by Alice Bradley and Eden M. Kennedy on Mar 3, 2011 at 1:09 pm in Latest News, News

It’s been out for two days! Oh my God, what are you waiting for? Go buy one right now! RUN!

Or, you know, click!


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January 21, 2011: A New Memoir by a Recently Freed Fetal Captive!

Posted by Alice Bradley and Eden M. Kennedy on Jan 21, 2011 at 1:23 pm in Latest News, News

It’s not often that a person retains the memory of a previous life once they get on this side of the uterine wall, but that’s exactly what Josiah “Bucky” Warshaw was miraculously able to do. A former U. S. Marine, Brigadier General Warshaw’s iron will and extensively trained memory allowed him to retain every trace of his prenatal journey, from his unexpected passing in a Fort Bragg fast-food restaurant to his reemergence as a bouncing baby girl, currently being held living with her family at a military base somewhere in Nova Scotia. Tapping out her remembrances on a specially designed Speak & Spell at the age of fourteen months, General Warshaw continues to be a hero for our–and all–time, which is an illusory concept that doesn’t really exist, much like matter, space, and possibly Santa Claus.

Read an excerpt of Bucky’s memoir here!