Thanks to Michelle, my old student who will be attending Northwestern’s MFA program in creative nonfiction (!), for sending this pic. I love that this is in the Essays section–not … Continue readingSpotted: How to Be Inappropriate, face out at Women and Children First bookstore, Chicago.
I think Nino James did this as an assignment or something? Whatever is the case, I’m loving it. From Nino’s Flickr page.
Single-click on the scan to read a larger image of it. Here is a PDF file, suitable for framing.
Here’s a screen shot from a full-page story on Chris Parody and Mark Hamilton’s How to Be Inappropriate campaign, just out in How, a graphic design magazine.
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The New Yorker blog reports on the Literary Death Match at the Bowery Poetry Club from a few weeks back. Another write-up from LDM’s own site here. Why did I … Continue readingHow to Be Inappropriate round-up: New Yorker, Salinger, monkeys, Quimby’s, Chronogram,
Check this out. I don’t know how I came across this. This woman, “tactlessgrace,” gives a little talk on her life and the book. She seems to be drawn to … Continue readingTactlessgrace’s vlog entry on How to Be Inappropriate, mooning, Catcher in the Rye ESL transcripts.
Some girl’s got it down already. HTBI made The 10 Strangest Books You Can Buy on Amazon. You can still buy HTBI at Urban Outfitters. Which still freaks me out. … Continue readingHow to Be Inappropriate round-up: Girl, Strange, Urban Outfitters, and 817.6 N4683.ho.
(That’s poet Geof Huth‘s daughter browsing a copy of How to Be Inappropriate in the Border’s bookstore near Madison Square Garden. Apparently she is a “goat,” a nickname I give … Continue readingInappropriate round-up: Bomb, Life Poetic, NBCC, whoopee, covers, wieners.
The title says it all. Three Imaginary Girls, a Seattle-based music and culture blog, says a lot of super nice things about How to Be Inappropriate, quoted here in full: … Continue readingSeattle’s Three Imaginary Girls puts How to Be Inappropriate on its "Great reads of 2009" wishlist.
The good news: The Onion‘s AV Club placed the How to Be Inappropriate promotional whoopee cushion, which was mailed out with most review copies, on their list of “The year … Continue readingHTBI whoopee cushion makes Onion’s AV Club top (ridiculous) swag of 2009.
Oh yes it has. Friday, December 47pmBrickbat Books709 South Fourth StreetPhiladelphia, PA215-592-1207 Saturday, December 53pmBarnes & Noble200 West Route 70Marlton, NJ856-596-7058 From DanielNester.com
Yes, that’s right. In some fluke blunder of corporate decision-making, I have been invited to guest blog for the website of that bastion of indie bookselling, Powell’s Books. I will … Continue readingI’ll be guest blogging for Powell’s Books this week.
If you walk into the sales floor of your local Barnes and Noble store and look at the table labeled HUMOR, chances are you will see a stack of How … Continue readingHow to Be Inappropriate round-up: Popdose, Bookgasm, Book Design, Flavorwire, Barnes and Noble.
Jessa at Bookslut shouts out “Goodbye to All Them.” And yes, I do a great imitation of Jessa-as-Andy Rooney. I never noticed Judith Taylor’s mention of How to Be Inappropriate … Continue readingHow to Be Inappropriate Round-Up: Bookslut, Globe and Mail, Penthouse, Flavorwire