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English Lit humor. If you don't get the jokes, you should read more! My personal favorites are the recurring characters like Harper Lee and Hannibal Lecter. Laugh out loud funny.
Susannah— From Literary Starbucks
From the creators of the eponymous viral Tumblr comes a single day with your favorite authors in one Twilight-Zone-esque Starbucks...
Ever wonder which intricate, elaborately-named drinks might be consumed if your favorite authors and characters wandered into a Starbucks? How many pumpkin lattes J.K. Rowling would drink? Or if Cormac McCarthy needed caffeine, which latte would be laconic enough? Look no further; LITERARY STARBUCKS explores such pressing matters with humor and erudition. Set over the course of a single day, and replete with puns and satirized literary styles, the three authors go darker, stronger, and more global than the blog in book format, including illustrations by acclaimed New Yorker cover artist and cartoonist Harry Bliss.
Harry Bliss is the son-in-law of Elaine Snyder and the illustrator of many books for young readers, including the New York Times bestsellers A Fine, Fine School by Sharon Creech, Diary of a Worm by Doreen Cronin, and A Very Brave Witch by Alison McGhee. He is also a cartoonist for the New Yorker magazine.
Harry Bliss is a cartoonist and cover artist for The New Yorker magazine. Bliss studied painting at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Illustration at The University of the Arts (BFA) and Syracuse University (MA). While not on tour promoting his picture books, Harry can be found drawing his internationally syndicated, single panel gag
cartoons entitled BLISS. Harry N. Abrams published Death by Laughter, the first collection of these extremely witty cartoons in Spring 2008 with an introduction by Christopher Guest. Harry lives in South Burlington, Vermont.
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