Abbie Hoffman was a 60's revolutionary. A man only Forrest Gump could hate. A man who knew the true face of tragedy. Why tragedy? Well for starters, just try to track down a copy of this book.
excerpted from Soon to Be a Major Motion Picture by Sloth
We are not talking about the oldtimer soda pictured. We are talking about the drink.
excerpted from Grape Nehi by Sloth
I see a girl walking down the street It’s a cold fall day and there is a breeze The woman struts past me And I see her nipples through her shirt She is under dressed and not wearing a bra This ...
excerpted from Christ Tits Excite Me by McCutcheon
Ah! Jean Paul Sartre was right. Hell is other people.
excerpted from Bend Over, Dr. Laura by McCutcheon
Ingrid and I woke up at 11 a.m. Today was the Oasis concert in north London. Although it was July, it was cold and rainy as usual.
excerpted from Swedish Fish by Sloth
I don't care if they are spoiled rich boys who went to private school in Switzerland. The music is good.
excerpted from This is It by McCutcheon
McCutcheon's first novel is out now:.