The American Bystander #1

The American Bystander #1

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Overview

The American Bystander is a new all-star print humor quarterly in trade paperback format. With material from writers from The Simpsons, The New Yorker, Saturday Night Live, Monty Python, and National Lampoon, as well as work from America's most beloved cartoonists, It's just like the classic humor magazines you remember… only better. Large format (8.5x11), full-color, 150 pages, this one-of-a-kind collection is worthy of a spot in any comedy-lover's library.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692587171
Publisher: Good Cheer LLC
Publication date: 12/14/2015
Series: American Bystander , #1
Pages: 148
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Michael Gerber is a bestselling writer; editor of humor magazines; and magazine consultant specializing in humor. He has written for The New Yorker and SNL, among many other places, and his books have sold 1.25 million copies in 25 languages. Barry Trotter and the Shameless Parody is one of the most successful print parodies ever, probably because it introduced a whole generation of English tweens to the concept of a "sex dungeon."

Table of Contents

Publisher's Letter
Connie and the Fifth Time
Treasure Hunting
Dear Trusting Sir or Madam
Preparation Anxiety
A Day in the Life of an Empowered Female Heroine
David Hockney's Tricks of the Masters
Truly Blessed
Call Me Mr. Lucky
Fast and Loose
Inspirational Animal Stories #1: The Motivational Tiger
Sizing Up Champagne
Boyfriend
A Brief History of Sandwich Theory
Elevator Conversations
Our Coffee Is the Best
Exit Interview: Mr. Johnny Bullwhip

FEATURES
Kids' Advice to Lincoln
The Painter of Pain
The Old Codger's Almanac
The Road Warrior (The Radio Version)
The Truthful Telephone
Yardwork
Interview: Josh Alan Friedman
Goodnight Moon, Hello Martini
Post-Life Survey
Back of the Bus
Atlas Slugged Again
Chekhov's Mother
Are You a Middle-Aged Hipster?
Notes From Janitorgod
John Wilcock: The New York Years
A Dream of Consequence (Is Hard to Find)

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