One thing I love is a good end-of-the-world story. I've read and enjoyed a lot of them, and many are on this list... including my personal favorite, Lucifer's Hammer.
By: dave
Monday, Jan 31st 2011 (12:00am)
For only $9.95 at, you too can get your very own copy of this classic book. Yes, it's a book you poke your penis through.
By: spam_vigilante
Friday, Jan 21st 2011 (5:53am) | Thanks: clkbklyn
Isaac Asimov's stories will bend your brain if given a half a chance - and here's 2 of them, to make a whole chance of brain bendage: The Last Question and The Last Answer.
By: dave
Tuesday, Dec 7th 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: reddit
Sure, you could spend your Friday working, or you could spend the day sitting in a butterfly chair, wearing a fez and smoking jacket, while enjoying some light tasteful literature.
By: dave
Friday, Nov 5th 2010 (5:57am) | Thanks: infolinkment
In other countries, college students study time-honored, revered classics. Here, not so much.
By: dave
Monday, Oct 18th 2010 (6:06am)
While most are familiar with Roald Dahl through his timeless classic Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, his life was consumed with far more than just childrens stories.
By: dave
Monday, Aug 9th 2010 (6:03am)
Oh, the noble and stoic horse, ever elegant in form and disposition... except of course for young Latawyna, who'd just as soon smoke and drink and shoot heroin into her eyeballs.
By: dave
Monday, May 10th 2010 (6:13am)
Seven thousand copies of a cookbook called the Pasta Bible have had to be destroyed because one of its recipes recommended adding 'salt and freshly ground black people'.

Naturally, the publisher is claiming it's a typo. Riiiight.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 20th 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: brady
You'd think the authors of classic literature would be a humble, respectful bunch regarding their peers, but no - truth of the matter is, most were just catty dickweeds that loved to talk shit about each other.
By: dave
Monday, Apr 19th 2010 (6:18am) | Thanks: mefi
The flip-top cigarette pack is one of the most successful pieces of packaging design in history. TankBooks pay homage to this iconic form by employing it in the service of great literature. We have launched a series of books designed to mimic cigarette packs - the same size, packaged in flip-top cartons with silver foil wrapping and sealed in cellophane.
By: dave
Friday, Apr 9th 2010 (6:33am) | Thanks: presurfer
The storied history of the paperback book in American culture starts with a single goal: to make reading materials available to travelers for the cost of a pack of smokes.
By: dave
Tuesday, Apr 6th 2010 (12:05am) | Thanks: boingboing
Whodathunk that the Huffington post was good for more than stirring up angry liberals into a froth? Turns out they also have a fairly robust bead on literature as well.
By: dave
Friday, Apr 2nd 2010 (12:04am) | Thanks: kjo
While I generally don't read childrens' books any more, this one was compelling enough to capture - and maintain - my interest.
By: dave
Thursday, Mar 25th 2010 (5:48am)
If you're a fan of bleak futures, this is the reading list for you!
By: dave
Friday, Mar 5th 2010 (12:03am) | Thanks: neatorama
Even years after his death, my favorite author is still teaching me something new. Check out this fantastic interview with Kurt Vonnegut from the '70s where he discusses growing up, his pivotal experiences in WWII, smoking, and the true definition of the word 'twerp'.
By: dave
Tuesday, Mar 2nd 2010 (5:15am)
Here is a carefully planned reference book which will help to answer the many questions that lively children ask.
By: dave
Friday, Jan 8th 2010 (12:01am) | Thanks: mr rory
Letters of Note does it again, this time producing Kurt Vonnegut's fascinating account to his father of being taken prisoner by the Nazis, his liberation by the Russians, and repatriation at Le Havre. Solid reading.
By: dave
Thursday, Nov 19th 2009 (12:15am)
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Elena Desserich was a 6-year-old girl dying of brain cancer who lost the ability to talk, but not to write. Her parents are releasing a book of the hundreds of notes Elena left hidden around their house for future discovery.
By: dave
Wednesday, Oct 28th 2009 (12:15am)
Oh wait, he IS the Ed Wood Jr of pulp fiction publishing. Maybe NSFW.
By: dave
Tuesday, Oct 6th 2009 (3:51am) | Thanks: super punch
So its Read A Banned Book week. I'm a book junkie, so I've already pulled 10 down off my shelves. If you need help to pick a good banned book here are some classics.
By: Sunny
Monday, Sep 28th 2009 (11:31am)
New Hitchhiker's Guide book "not very funny"....oh crap, I guess I did...But that's what you get when the author dies.
By: ZiB
Thursday, Aug 20th 2009 (6:06pm) here's a little sumthin-sumthin for the younger crowd.
By: dave
Thursday, Jul 23rd 2009 (4:48am)
Dinosaurs riding motocross. Do I really need to say more?
By: dave
Wednesday, Jul 15th 2009 (12:10am) | Thanks: mefi
Fortunately, there's a royal shitload of them available in full over at the google. Sweet.
By: dave
Wednesday, Jun 24th 2009 (12:09am)
Kurt Vonnegut is one of my all-time favorites - not just as an author, but as a person as well. We lost a great one when he died. Here's a slew of motivational posters made from some of his finer quotes.
By: dave
Thursday, Jun 11th 2009 (4:15am)

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