ARTICLES BY
John Moe

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John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Concerning, Jon Bon Jovi, Wanted Dead or Alive (6/10/2014)

A Court-Ordered Letter from Dora the Explorer’s Mother (6/20/2011)

A Debrief from the National Floppy Clocks Corporation President (4/18/2011)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Note to Parents from Bruce Springsteen, High School Cross-Country Coach (11/9/2010)

An Interview with Dr. Cruelty Regarding the Supervillain Sense of Humor (10/23/2009)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Memo From the Head Nurse Regarding Proper Care of Patients Born Bad to the Bone (6/25/2009)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter to Prince Regarding the Crying of Doves and the Fiasco That Resulted From the Presentation of a Speech on That Topic (4/30/2008)

A Family Member of a Henchman Killed by Jack Bauer on 24 Remembers (1/22/2008)

Ripple Effects Of The Writers’ Strike (11/15/2007)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: An Invitation to Joni Mitchell to Sing at the Opening of the Tree Museum (10/17/2007)

List: Ways I’ve Let Down Popular Musicians (8/22/2007)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Note Placed in the Pay Envelope of Billy “The Piano Man” Joel (5/16/2007)

Pros And Cons Of The Top 20 Republican Presidential Candidates (5/2/2007)

Pros And Cons Of The Top 20 Democratic Presidential Candidates (4/18/2007)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Regarding Pete Seeger’s Requests for a Hammer and His Descriptions of What He Would Do If He Had One (4/3/2007)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: To: Peter Criss; From: Beth (12/15/2006)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter to Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band From Sgt. Pepper (8/31/2006)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Notes on “Sweet Child O’ Mine,” as Delivered to Axl Rose by His Editor (7/7/2006)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Retort To Carly Simon Regarding Her Charges Of Vanity (2/13/2006)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter to Elton John From the Office of the NASA Administrator (12/9/2005)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter From “The Power” to Public Enemy (9/2/2005)

Thirty-Nine Questions for Charlie Daniels Upon Hearing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” for the First Time in 25 Years (8/16/2005)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Attention, Mr. Axl Rose: We Did Not Feel Welcome in the Jungle (6/8/2005)

How the 2005 Miami Heat Have Fared Against Quality Teams (5/27/2005)

Art Garfunkel: Television Guest Star (4/14/2005)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Marvin Gaye Explains What He Heard Through the Grapevine (3/28/2005)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Memo Distributed Among the “Project Loverboy” Staff, Regarding “Turn Me Loose.” (2/16/2005)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter Between Siblings Who Lived in the House Described in “Our House” by Madness (2/3/2005)

I Was Not Invited Back to That School (1/4/2005)

List: Now Playing at the Zombietown 12-Screen Cineplex (12/14/2004)

The Riddler Makes an Announcement (11/10/2004)

I’m Afraid the Children Are Our Future (10/26/2004)

Excerpts From Dagwood Bumstead’s Intervention (10/21/2004)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Letter to Elvis Presley From His Hound Dog (8/30/2004)

Winnie-the-Pooh Is My Co-worker (8/11/2004)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: A Memo to the Sultans of Swing, From Their Booking Agent (7/20/2004)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Letters to Fogerty (6/23/2004)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: James Taylor Issues an Update on “The Friendship Ring.” (6/10/2004)

Pros and Cons of John Kerry’s Top 20 Vice-Presidential Candidates (5/26/2004)

John Moe’s Pop Song Correspondences: Changes to the Hotel California, Made in Response to Mr. Henley’s Recent Complaint (5/11/2004)

A Midyear Update from Miss Othmar (1/23/2004)

List: What I Found in My Two-Year-Old Son’s Playroom (2/11/2003)

List: Actual Brands of the Coca-Cola Company (7/1/2002)

List: Music Industry Trends Not Yet Overexposed (5/27/2002)

List: As a Porn Movie Titler, I May Lack Promise (2/5/2002)

First Panels Of Beetle Bailey Comics Which, Taken Out Of Context Of The Remaining Panels, Provide A More Realistic Portrayal Of Life At Camp Swampy. (6/14/2001)

List: Cancelled Regional Morning TV Shows (5/12/2001)

List: Real and Imagined Things My 3-Month-Old Son Charlie Has Said (4/5/2001)

List: Cause and Effect Rules for Sidewalk Travel (1/22/2001)

List: What Alex Rodriguez Can and Cannot Buy With $252 Million (12/15/2000)

List: Recently Discovered Voting Irregularities in Florida (11/13/2000)

List: Terrible Names for Hair Salons (10/10/2000)

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