Spy vs. Spy: The Unused Treatments
by Seth Reiss (6/29/2005)

Things You Can Learn About The Plot Of The Next Harry Potter Book Just By Looking At The Cover Art
by Matthew A. Cohen (6/28/2005)

Dispatches From a Public Librarian: Dispatch 18: Adventures in MySpace
by Scott Douglas (6/28/2005)

How to Beat Off Invaders From Space; or, What to Do When the Aliens Come
by Dave Johnston (6/27/2005)

List: The Mall’s Banana Republics for the New Millennium
by Kate Hahn (6/24/2005)

List: The Extended Family of Thespian Rip Torn
by Patrick Cassels (6/24/2005)

List: Future Winners of the New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest
by Roy Futterman (6/24/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to My Sonicare Electric Toothbrush
by John Whitehead (6/24/2005)

Kevin Dolgin Tells You About Places You Should Go In Europe: A Slow Boat to Japan
by Kevin Dolgin (6/23/2005)

The Seduction Of The World’s Wildest Beasts: A How To
by Megan Thoma (6/23/2005)

Courageous Blast: The Legacy Of America’s Most Radical Gum
by Jack Pendarvis (6/22/2005)

List: The Most Beautiful Men in the World
by Runjit Chandra (6/21/2005)

List: Things Not Overheard at a Conceptual-Art Gallery Opening
by Jason Persse (6/21/2005)

List: Ad Slogans That Would Be Perfect for Levitra, But, Unfortunately, They Have Already Been Used
by Hart Seely (6/21/2005)

Monologue: Thak, The Most Organized Member Of The Party Of Roughly 70 People Who Originally Settled North America
by Richard D. Allen (6/21/2005)

Sestina: My New Pet Word Is Mozzarella
by Amanda Nadelberg (6/20/2005)

Health Watch: Four Silent Killers
by Justin Kahn (6/20/2005)

Sestina: Dear Dirk (Nowitzki) … Mailbag: Adapted From a Feature on, March 2005
by Angela Genusa (6/17/2005)

Honeybee Waggle Dance Reviews
by Jim Stallard (6/17/2005)

Dear Miss Lonelyhearts
by Wendy Molyneux (6/16/2005)

Expert Help for Your Fantasy Baseball Franchise: Buy Low, Sell High
by Rick Paulas (6/16/2005)

List: Actual Examples of Model Conversational Phrases That the Travel Guide Les Etats-Unis Dans Votre Poche: Edition Bilingue (Haiter, 1980) Felt Were So Central to the Experiences Likely to be Undergone by French Visitors to America That It Included Them on
by Beth Maynard (6/15/2005)

List: Half-Assed Erotic Film Classics
by Michael Rodman (6/15/2005)

List: Things That, If Knowing Is Half the Battle, Might Be the Other Half
by Nico Vreeland (6/15/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Human Resources Department of the Superfriends
by David Ng (6/15/2005)

An Episode Of Star Trek Tediously Written For An Audience Entirely Composed Of Remote Amazon Tribesmen
by Andrew Golden (6/14/2005)

List: Top Three Things Q*bert Is Pissed About Today
by Mike Singer (6/13/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Eight-Hour Workday
by Olivia Roth (6/12/2005)

Monologue: George Jefferson’s Thoughts on Mind and Style
by Ben Greenman (6/10/2005)

The Complexities of Human Sport
by Josh Wilson (6/10/2005)

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