Massive spoilers for those who haven’t read the books.
Come October, this is something you will be able to buy from your local bookseller, courtesy of Coffee House Press. You can leave it out on your living room table to impress dates when they come over. Your date asks, “You have a book about tape, flags, meetings, and city buses?” and you say, “Yes, I do,” and your date says, “This date just got interesting.”
If I weren’t already excited about this book, the above scenario would seal the deal.
I hope that makes the back cover.
Hey, you’re a guy. You like your beer cold, your engines revved and your girls gone wild. So come on down to the heteronormative party of the year — He-Fest! The only chromosome that matters this weekend at the Roy is “Y,” with testosterone-torqued displays ranging from the outdoors to…
We need your vote!
Every year Penguin selects the best book videos for The Davids, named after our CEO David Shanks. And in 2013, we’re opening the voting to the public.
So head to www.penguin.com/thedavids and cast your vote. Note that you don’t have to vote in every category.
Of course we strongly, strongly recommend you choose our Thomas Pynchon entry for Best Animated Video. (You would not believe the amount of trash-talking in the offices this week between the imprints.)
Do this today.
Via the St. Paul Pioneer Press, Jason Adkins (Director of the Minnesota Catholic Conference) is saying that the GLBT community isn’t equal. Not equal? There should be no such thing as second-class citizen.
That’s some bullshit. Adkins is a fool. And what’s the public purpose of marriage at all? You don’t need to be married to reproduce, and there’s certainly no guarantee that marriage creates a more stable population.
Marriage, at least the contemporary, 21st-century version of marriage (which is all that matters, since that’s what we’re living), is a love license.
but I can’t go on twitter to complain about it. so
When you see the broken Twitter Robot, instead of the Twitter Fail Whale, you know things are really wrong.
I’m trying to remain calm.