List: Western States Maladies
by Jim Connelly (3/4/2005)

Who’s on First?
by Chris Gavaler (3/4/2005)

What to Expect After Your Surgery
by Jim Stallard (3/4/2005)

Open Letters: An Open Letter to the Gentleman at the Bar Who Asked If I Would Like a Piece of Him
by Kyle Sundby (3/3/2005)

Vacations With Mother and Father
by David Connerley Nahm (3/3/2005)

Sestina: “Went to a Party, Mom”: Adapted From a Poetic E-mail From Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
by Amanda Gersh (3/3/2005)

Kevin Dolgin Tells You About Places You Should Go In Europe: Sex and Drugs and Sambal Goreng Buncis
by Kevin Dolgin (3/2/2005)

If Only They Kept Diaries: Roadrunner
by Jeff Steinbrink (3/2/2005)

List: Adjectives Rarely Used by Wine Tasters
by Adam Koford (3/1/2005)

List: Thirteen Leading Synonyms for “Deliverables” in 2005
by Angela Genusa (3/1/2005)

List: Names Gas-Station Attendants Call Me That Leave Me Feeling Both Slightly Superior and Subtly Overwhelmed
by Rob Eccles (3/1/2005)

List: The Collected Apologies of Lawrence H. Summers, President of Harvard
by Laurence Hughes (2/25/2005)

List: Possible New Terms for the Old and Tired Term “Brainstorming.”
by Ed Davis (2/25/2005)

List: Terminology From a Veterinary Textbook and Potential Names for Hardcore Bands
by K. Thom and Steve Jacobek (2/25/2005)

Dear People Magazine, Keep Up the Great Cyclops Coverage
by Jack Pendarvis (2/25/2005)

A More Dynamic but Ultimately Inappropriate Version of Hal 9000’s Final Words from _2001: A Space Odyssey
by Patrick Cassels (2/25/2005)

Less Satisfying Inspirational Tales
by Mike Squeo (2/25/2005)

List: Two Recipes
by Tim Carvell (2/25/2005)

Everyone Knows Jose
by Jason Roeder (2/24/2005)

List: Banned Books in the Year 2191
by Brendon Lloyd (2/23/2005)

Short Essays on Favorite Songs, Inspired by Nick Hornby’s Songbook: “One Tree Hill” by U2
by Julie Vick (2/23/2005)

Traig & McGrath, Shut-In Detectives: Cases 35 & 36
by Jenny Traig and Peter McGrath (2/22/2005)

Highlights of the 2004-2005 NHL Season
by Christopher Monks (2/21/2005)

Kevin Dolgin Tells You About Places You Should Go In Europe: Warning: This Column Can Cause Fetal Defects
by Kevin Dolgin (2/19/2005)

Interviews With People Who Have Interesting or Unusual Jobs: Putting an Orange-Juice-like Drink in the Hopper: An Interview with Tony Meehan
by Suzanne Yeagley (2/19/2005)

Dan Kennedy Solves Your Problems With Paper: Part 12
by Dan Kennedy (2/19/2005)

List: Things That Paper Could Be Replaced With to Make Rock, Paper, Scissors More Believable
by Sam Means (2/18/2005)

List: Things You Don’t Expect to See on a Baby Shower Announcement
by Jonathan Shipley (2/18/2005)

List: Muppets That Didn’t Make It
by Scott Shemo (2/18/2005)

B.R. Cohen’s Annals of Science: Vol. VII: The Myth of Fingerprints; or, The Case of Duplicate Toe Jam
by B.R. Cohen (2/18/2005)

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