This blog is dedicated to a literary canon of authors that never existed but still found success while alive (no pun intended); though their works perhaps forgotten their glorious and idiotic quotes live on forever!
-Don Ferret author of the disturbingly classic 1950s Humdrum Family Mystery series "The Dip Wasn’t The Only Thing That Got Made."
-in the forward by Dalton Profit (Harvard Professor of Economics and Political Studies) to Externalities: Pollution, Sports Bras, Burger King and Topless Chinese Female Joggers by P.J. Solds
"Wait, hold up now… maybe I’ve overthought this one, no need to jump to conclusions. I mean there are plenty of other boring books on economics on the shelf these days… have you read The World Is Flat by my good buddy and fellow colleague Thomas Friedman? I’m sure he’s got something interesting to say…. Forget this cockamamie book by Solds and just move on, man. Let the chips fall where they may, okay? No need to stir the political socio-economic pot over a few topless female Chinese joggers.” -Dalton Profit
- T.R. Key author of such delectably dramatic roman à clefs as The Day of The Oven and Butterball: Atonement.
Label Magazine proclaims-
-Dhingus O’Rourke’s 52nd entry in Objects In My House that Resemble Celebrity Entertainers (1st Edition)
-L. H. Povenstov’s (1899-1952, playwright) titular character of The Queen in Puce revealing the main twist in the plot to secondary character Calliope. The play is infamous in drama circles for three reasons:
-The Dinner Knife (author of such wares as The Table is Set and I Want To Fork You, Baby. and of course the titillating: Orgy of Silverware)
"An author who finally knows how to slice away the fat and get to the meat of things!" -Bon Appétit Magazine
"The Dinner Knife can butter my muffin any time!" -Boston Globe