Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan on how to be a man.
In search of the saola, which has been likened to the mythical unicorn and is known mainly for being unknown.
“On the Run” explores what life is like for African-Americans living under heavy police surveillance.
A collection of first-person accounts about the violent end of Nazi Germany.
It’s no surprise that Workman Publishing evaluated Lizzie Skurnick’s concept and said, “That should be a book.”
A fresh batch of A+ wit misapplied to F- quiz scores.
Book #3 in the “People of WalMart” series: “Now offending your eyes in all 50 states!”
James Macdonald examines the theory that free trade ensures prosperity and prevents hostilities, and urges us to heed the lessons of history if we want to avoid another world war.
“The Big Book of Autocorrect Fails” is the latest in a line of humorous books devoted to the global phenomenon of autocorrect errors.
How implementation of the “Final Solution” affected the capabilities of the German Army during World War II.
“Culled from the swamps of largely unmoderated ratings sites like Amazon, Walmart.com, Yelp and Goodreads … these frank assessments go beyond everyday disappointment. Way beyond.”
Mark M. Smith looks at the Civil War through the prism of the five senses.
Pinterest would have you believe that making homemade crafts is easy. Heather Mann’s “Craft Fail” proves otherwise.
The definitive (fictional) appreciation of history’s least accomplished writers.
A collection of the most inappropriate, confusing, and bizarre signs from every corner of the globe.
Crappy taxidermy “highlights the subject’s state of death due to the animal being contextualized in a completely surreal or absurd way.”
In “Africa is Open for Business,” author Victor Kgomoeswana has but one goal: to convince the reader that Africa’s economic time has come.
Inspired by Patricia Marx’s “home-schooling acceptance letter” in the September 19, 2011, issue of The New Yorker, “Home Colleging” is a mock home-colleging guide for desperate parents who live in fear of a nest that will not empty.
Florian Schui seeks to explain why support for austerity policies remains strong, despite a long history of economic failure.
Another collection of inventively wrong answers to real-life exam questions.