Have you ever seen something and felt like it was being unjustifiably held down by someone’s more athletic elbows? Yes, of course! Some rhetorical questions are too easy. This innocent feeling both caused and radiates from a humor journal called The Lowbrow Reader, created out of the editor-in-chief’s desire to champion his comic favorites. In it you’ll read essays about unloved or unconsidered subjects, and you’ll in turn wonder why everyone isn’t considering and loving what you hold in your hands. (via Giving Idiocy Its Due: “The Lowbrow Reader Reader” Reviewed | Vol. 1 Brooklyn)

Have you ever seen something and felt like it was being unjustifiably held down by someone’s more athletic elbows? Yes, of course! Some rhetorical questions are too easy. This innocent feeling both caused and radiates from a humor journal called The Lowbrow Reader, created out of the editor-in-chief’s desire to champion his comic favorites. In it you’ll read essays about unloved or unconsidered subjects, and you’ll in turn wonder why everyone isn’t considering and loving what you hold in your hands. (via Giving Idiocy Its Due: “The Lowbrow Reader Reader” Reviewed | Vol. 1 Brooklyn)

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With live comedy, I’m more interested in absurdity and entertaining myself first and foremost and also hoping that no one throws anything at my head while I’m on stage. But with the book, I kind of had to go back and remember what it was like to write something that was intended to be just read and not performed, something that didn’t rely at all on delivery or facial expressions or even my incredible hair or outfits