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
All the pills I have swallowed at the end it’s valium The opium for the masses I lay here my life is ruined but at least I’m relaxed The restraints against the tension my straight jacket ...
excerpted from Valium by McCutcheon
First of all, why do we go to school in the first place? After the first few grades, we learn less and less significant information.
excerpted from Why I Didn't Do My HomeworK by Alex Page
excerpted from Close Encounters of the Bump and Grind by Sloth
Rebecca Shirley stared out the window of her plush Queen Anne apartment. She was thirty-six and lost in thought. She felt her life was about to change for the better, but couldn't fathom how.
excerpted from Electra Woman and E-tarded Girl by Sloth
Candy neckalces are on the bus. Or rather people who wear candy necklaces and let you nibble on them.
excerpted from Candy Necklaces by McCutcheon
McCutcheon's first novel is out now:.