- What’s Your Problem with Joe Biden?
- Dirty Rubles: An Introduction to Trump/Russia (My New Book)
- Youth for the President
- A Summary of the Conspiracy Against the United States
- Trump: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly (Part 3)
- Postcards from the Resistance, Vol. 8: Mother of All
- From Lance Armstrong to Trump: The Rise & Fall of the Deified Narcissist
- Reading Malcolm X in Texas
- Playing the Donald Trump Game
- President Rapist: Women Under Trump
- An Open Letter to My Fellow Liberals
- The Democrats Can’t Win If They Won’t Fight
Tag Archives: fame
Let’s Vote on It: Four Short Essays by Lynne Tillman
Here Lynne does for the essay what Lydia Davis has done for the short story – set it free. And the results are funny, disturbing – and true. Continue reading
Posted in Literature Tagged comedy, fame, Lynne Tillman, MoMA, What Would Lynne Tillman Do 1 Comment
Sunday Sermon – The Kiss
“..And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the merging of image and text defining a new form of communication should be killed…” Continue reading
Posted in Sunday Sermon Tagged anonymity, Anonymous Face, celebrity, Eggleston, Egoism, Electric Tower, fame, Hank Cherry, KISS, laundromat, Rain, Straphangers, Windshield 1 Comment
The Crucifixion of LiLo
Lindsay Lohan is the poster girl for childhood fame gone bad. Quenby Moone offers LiLo what she deserves: sympathy. Continue reading
Posted in Popular Culture Tagged childhood stars, fame, Lifetime, Lindsay Lohan, Liz and Dick, Mean Girls, Samantha Ronson, self-destruction 19 Comments
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Posted in Memoir Tagged 40, Ed Conard, everything that goes with it, fame, fortune, forty, HL Mencken, Hollywood, success and failure, turning 40, turning forty Enter your password to view comments.