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Autobiographical comics
Autobiographical comics (often referred to in the comics field as simply autobio) are autobiography in the form of comic books or comic strips. The form
Apr 3rd 2016



Vita Sexualis
Vita Sexualis (ヰタ・セクスアリス, Ita Sekusuarisu?) is an erotic novel published in 1909 by Mori Ogai. The protagonist of the novel, Shizuka Kanei, is understood
Sep 12th 2016



Lowlife (comics)
Lowlife is a semi-autobiographical comic book series written and drawn by Ed Brubaker, originally published by Caliber Comics and later Aeon Press. Collected
May 5th 2017



Young Sick Bacchus
Bacchus The Young Bacchus Sick Bacchus (Italian: Bacchino Malato), also known as the Bacchus Sick Bacchus or the Self-Portrait as Bacchus, is an early self-portrait by the Baroque
Oct 20th 2016



D. B. Gilles
Ann Coulter came out: Never Trust Ann Coulter: An Unauthorized, Autobiographical Parody. His other books are: The Screenwriter Within 2nd Edition: New
Oct 16th 2016



Bighead
This article is about the graphic novel. For the fish, see Bighead carp. Bighead is a graphic novel written and illustrated by Jeffrey Brown and published
Mar 10th 2017



News satire
News satire is a type of parody presented in a format typical of mainstream journalism, and called a satire because of its content. News satire has been
May 22nd 2017



Glory to the Filmmaker!
Glory to the Filmmaker! (監督·ばんざい!?, Kantoku · Banzai!) is a 2007 Japanese film written, directed, edited by the film's lead star Takeshi Kitano. It is
Nov 18th 2016



Antinovel
An antinovel is any experimental work of fiction that avoids the familiar conventions of the novel, and instead establishes its own conventions.
Apr 14th 2017



Love (sculpture)
For the rock band, see Love Sculpture. LOVELOVE is an iconic pop art image by American artist Robert Indiana. It consists of the letters LO over the letters
Nov 2nd 2016



Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog is a collection of short prose stories written by Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, first published by Dent on 4 April 1940
Jan 25th 2016



My Career Goes Bung
My Career Goes Bung: Purporting to be the Autobiography of Sybylla Penelope Melvyn is a satirical novel by Australian author Stella "Miles" Franklin, and
May 23rd 2017



Robert Neumann (writer)
Robert Neumann (born 22 May 1897 in Vienna, died 3 January 1975 in Munich) was a German and English-speaking writer. He published numerous novels, autobiographical
Apr 20th 2017



Jim (comics)
Jim is a comic book series by Jim Woodring. It began in 1980[citation needed] as a self-published zine and was picked up by Fantagraphics Books in 1986
Mar 2nd 2017



Morgane de toi
Morgane de toi is the sixth studio album from French artist Renaud, recorded in Canoga Park, Los Angeles, California, with American session musicians.
Apr 28th 2015



The Liquidator (novel)
The Liquidator (1964) was the first novel written by John Gardner and the first novel in his Boysie Oakes series. After publishing his autobiographical
Feb 23rd 2017



The Midnight Beast
The Midnight Beast, sometimes abbreviated as TMB, is a British comedy/parody music group from London. They are most famous for their YouTube cover-parody
Apr 2nd 2017



Hugh Kingsmill
Hugh Kingsmill Lunn (21 November 1889 – 15 May 1949), who dropped his last name for professional purposes, was a versatile British writer and journalist
Mar 4th 2017



Tom the Dancing Bug
Tom the Dancing Bug is a weekly satirical comic strip by cartoonist and political commentator Ruben Bolling that covers mostly US current events from a
May 8th 2017



Meet Me at Infinity
Meet Me At Infinity: The Uncollected Tiptree: Fiction and Nonfiction is a collection of short stories and essays by James Tiptree, Jr., edited by David
May 14th 2016



Edna Buchanan
Buchanan Edna Buchanan (nee Rydzik, born March 16, 1939) is an American journalist and writer best known for her crime mystery novels. Buchanan was born in Paterson
May 20th 2017



Treehouse of Horror XXII
"Treehouse of Horror XXII" is the third episode of the twenty-third season and the twenty-second Halloween episode of the American animated sitcom The
Apr 8th 2017



William Edmondstoune Aytoun
William Edmondstoune Aytoun FRSE (21 June 1813 – 4 August 1865) was a Scottish poet, lawyer by training, and professor of rhetoric and belles lettres at
Mar 27th 2017



Religious satire
Religious satire is a form of satire targeted at religious beliefs. From the earliest times, at least since the plays of Aristophanes, religion has been
May 19th 2017



Rick Parker (artist)
Richard Lowell "Rick" Parker (born August 31, 1946) is an American artist, writer, and cartoonist whose humorous artwork has appeared in The New York Times
Apr 10th 2017



Dog the Bounty Hunter
Dog the Bounty Hunter was an AmericanAmerican reality television series on A&E which chronicled Duane "Dog" Chapman's experiences as a bounty hunter. With a few
May 18th 2017



Alexander Izmaylov (critic)
For the early 19th-century Russian poet and fabulist, see Alexander Izmaylov. Alexander Alekseyevich Izmaylov (Russian: Алекса′ндр Алексе′евич Изма′йлов
Jul 13th 2016



Ripley Bogle
Ripley Bogle is the debut novel of Northern Irish author Robert McLiam Wilson, published in 1989 in the UK although not until 1998 in the US. Written when
Mar 2nd 2017



Chris Elliott
Christopher-NashChristopher Nash "Chris" Elliott (born May 31, 1960) is an American actor, comedian, and writer. He is best known for his comedic sketches on Late Night
May 22nd 2017



Bonvi
Bonvi, pen name of Franco Bonvicini (March 31, 1941 - December 10, 1995), was an Italian comic book artist, creator of Sturmtruppen and Nick Carter strips
Feb 5th 2017



Payasos en la lavadora
Payasos en la lavadora (Clowns in the Washing Machine) is a humorous novel written in Spanish by Spanish Basque film maker Alex de la Iglesia in 1997.
Jun 6th 2016



Excelsior (Longfellow)
"Excelsior" is a short poem written in 1841 by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The poem describes a young man passing through a mountain village
Aug 19th 2016



Karel Hynek Mácha
Macha Karel Hynek Macha (Czech pronunciation: [ˈkarɛl ˈɦɪnɛk ˈmaːxa]) (16 November 1810 – 6 November 1836) was a Czech romantic poet. Macha grew up in Prague
May 9th 2017



Cecco Angiolieri
Cecco Angiolieri (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtʃekko andʒoˈljɛːri]; c. 1260 - c. 1312) was an Italian poet. Cecco Angiolieri was born in Siena in 1260,
Nov 24th 2016



Jeffrey Brown (cartoonist)
Brown Jeffrey Brown (born July 1975) is a cartoonist born in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After growing up in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Brown moved to Chicago in
Apr 20th 2017



Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie
Donald Trump's The Art of the Deal: The Movie is a 2016 American parody film released on February 10, 2016, by producer Funny or Die. It is a satire of
Apr 15th 2017



Yevgeni Anatolyevich Popov
Yevgeni Anatolyevich Popov (Евгений Анатольевич Попов) (born Krasnoyarsk, 1946) is a Russian writer, best known for short stories. He trained as a geologist
Mar 31st 2016



E. M. Delafield
Edmee-Elizabeth-Monica-DashwoodEdmee Elizabeth Monica Dashwood, nee de la Pasture (9 June 1890 – 2 December 1943), commonly known as E. M. Delafield, was a prolific English author. She
May 6th 2017



Hipponax
Hipponax (Ancient Greek: Ἱππῶναξ; gen.: Ἱππώνακτος), of Ephesus and later Clazomenae, was an Ancient Greek iambic poet who composed verses depicting the
May 16th 2017



Christopher Uriarte
Christopher Uriarte (born 1977) is an American computer scientist and entrepreneur employed by the London-based fraud prevention and payment processing
Jun 22nd 2016



The Post-Birthday World
The Post-Birthday World is a novel by Lionel Shriver published in 2007, some four years after her previous novel, the award winning We Need to Talk About
Feb 23rd 2017



Mitch Clem
Mitch Andrew Clem (born September 15, 1982) is an American cartoonist best known for his web comics Nothing Nice To Say, San Antonio Rock City, and My
May 2nd 2017



Fannie Flagg
Fannie Flagg (born Patricia Neal; September 21, 1944) is an American actress, comedian and author. She is best known as a semi-regular panelist on the
May 19th 2017



Josh Alan Friedman
Josh Alan Friedman (born February 22, 1956) is an American musician, writer, editor and journalist, who has worked in New York and Dallas. He is widely
Apr 27th 2017



The Homeless Student
The Homeless Student (ホームレス中学生?, hōmuresu chūgakusei) (literally: Homeless Middle School Student) is a Japanese autobiographical novel by Hiroshi Tamura
Sep 13th 2016



Not Ready to Make Nice
"Not Ready to Make Nice" is a song co-written and performed by American country music band Dixie Chicks. It was released in June 2006 as the first single
Apr 8th 2017



Maurice Hewlett
Henry-Hewlett">Maurice Henry Hewlett (1861–1923), was an English historical novelist, poet and essayist. He was born at Weybridge, the eldest son of Henry Gay Hewlett
Mar 13th 2017



Through Darkest Pondelayo
Through Darkest Pondelayo: An account of the adventures of two English ladies on a cannibal island is a 1936 Australian satirical novel by Joan Lindsay
May 23rd 2017



Todd Hanson
For other people named Todd Hanson, see Todd Hanson (disambiguation). Todd Hanson is an American writer and voice actor, notable for his work as a writer
Mar 24th 2017



Breakdowns (comics)
Breakdowns is a collected volume of underground comic strips by American cartoonist Spiegelman Art Spiegelman. The book is made up of strips dating to before Spiegelman
Dec 10th 2016





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