McSWEENEY’S BOOK RELEASE CLUB

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$100.00
for 8 issues
SKU: BC
Published: May, 2005
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A SPECIAL OFFER:

Sign up for the Book Release Club before October 24 and you are automatically entered to win a free ticket (with a plus-one!) to a Bob Odenkirk show in your neck of the woods. Your subscription will also kick off with a signed copy of A Load of Hooey!

WHAT IT’S ABOUT:

We’ll send you the next eight books we publish, as we publish them. We will do this for just $100, shipping included (if you live in the U.S.). Each book retails for $20-25 on average, and sometimes more. Dollar-for-book, the Book Release Club is far and away the best deal we’ve ever put together, and very possibly the best subscription deal out there.

UP NEXT:

A Load of Hooey by Bob Odenkirk.

Bob Odenkirk is a legend in the comedy-writing world, winning Emmys and acclaim for his work on Saturday Night Live, Mr. Show with Bob and David, and many other seminal TV shows. This book, his first, is a spleen-bruisingly funny omnibus that ranges from absurdist monologues (“Martin Luther King, Jr’s Worst Speech Ever”) to intentionally bad theater (“Hitler Dinner Party: A Play”); from avant-garde fiction (“Obituary for the Creator of Madlibs”) to free-verse poetry that’s funnier and more powerful than the work of Calvin Trillin, Jewel, and Robert Louis Stevenson combined.

Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free by Cory Doctorow

In sharply argued, fast-moving chapters, Cory Doctorow’s Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free takes on the state of copyright and creative success in the digital age. Can small artists still thrive in the Internet era? Can giant record labels avoid alienating their audiences? This is a book about the pitfalls and the opportunities that creative industries (and individuals) are confronting today — about how the old models have failed or found new footing, and about what might soon replace them. An essential read for anyone with a stake in the future of the arts, Information Doesn’t Want to Be Free offers a vivid guide to the ways creativity and the Internet interact today, and to what might be coming next.

All My Puny Sorrows by Miriam Toews.

All My Puny Sorrows is the latest novel from Miriam Toews, one of Canada’s most beloved authors not only because her work is rich with deep human feeling and compassion, but because her observations are knife-sharp and her books wickedly funny. And this is Toews at her finest: a story that is as much comedy as it is tragedy, a goodbye grin from the friend who taught you how to live.