"Exhausted demonstrators looking for the lightest reading they can find, at least in the literal sense, might want to pick up Joshua Glenn and Mark Kingwell’s “Wage Slave’s Glossary,” a nifty pocket-size volume also spotted on the shelves in Zuccotti Park. A follow-up to the authors’ “Idler’s Glossary,” the book provides energized Marxists and depressed Dilberts alike a witty guide to terms like “air family” (the false sense of community among co-workers), “afternoon farmer” (19th-century slang for someone who wastes the entiremorning), “keeping up with the Joneses” (the title of a popular cartoon that first appeared in 1913) and “on the wallaby” (Australian for “tramping the country on foot, looking for work”), not to mention more self-explanatory terms. (“Bossnapping,” anyone?)"
New York Times
"A fun dictionary of modern office idioms and new economy jargon."
"A wry brand of enlightenment ... a pocket-sized guide to the terms of paid labor."
"A light-serious compilation against capitalism run amok."
Globe & Mail
"The Wage Slave’s Glossary is a grand and saddening tour of language past and present ... a labor of love, and worth your money and time." Michael LeddyOrange Crate Art