The Lowbrow Reader Reader
This collection gathers together the best writing and drawings from the first eight issues of the Lowbrow Reader, a lushly illustrated comedy journal published in New York since 2001, along with brand new material. The book features bizarre encounters with Muhammad Ali, the White Stripes, and Jackie Mason; a rip-roaring interview about sex with Mo’Nique and Queens of the S...more
Paperback, 297 pages
Published May 22nd 2012 by 101 DISTRIBUTION
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A collection of peices written for the Lowbrow Reader, a periodical with a less than regular issuances. Some very funny stuff, some not so much. "Billy Madison: A Love Letter" misses the mark, although in fairness I have to confess a lifelong dislike of Sandler. Never have found him funny in the slightest. I still pause when I hear someone I respect defend this guy - like Robert Smigel discussing how Sandler's Cajun Man on SNL was some kind of higher plane deconstruction of humor itself - makes...more