I have a book! It's called The Secret Language of Sleep: A Couple's Guide to the Thirty-Nine Positions and it's published by McSweeney's! It was featured on "Good Morning America" and in O Magazine, Penthouse Forum, Esquire, The New York Post, The National Post, I.D. Magazine, SF Weekly), and some other places, and I got to do a whole bunch of readings and appearances all over the USA!
I've also typed up some things for a number of different people, including:
sundance film festival 2009
> My Sundance Experience, my 10-day mini column-blog thing
> Interview with the Sam Rockwell
> Tuning in to Music at this Year's Festival
> Sundance Survival Guide: Parts One and Two
> Loud and Clear: Brave New Voices Speak Green at this Year's Festival
fray: issue 1 -- busted!
> Buzzkill, a moving tale about misc-labeled boxes.
wholphin dvd: issue 4
> Fools Russian, a re-scripting of the "Schastlivy Vmeste" episode of the Russian Married with Children
> The Trouble with Mr. Bighead, an essay about the shortcomings of technology in the classroom
> Techno Prisoners, an essay about the torment of seventh grade, then and now
the morning news
> Drumroll Please, an article about the fantasticity of the drum and bugle corps phenomenon
welcome to wisteria lane (a book of essays dedicated entirely to the show Desperate Housewives)
> The Good of the Group, an essay about the entertaining force that is the group female friendship
television without pity
> two seasons of desperate housewives recaps
> sleep and ice tour diary
> weight gain, neglected necks, and other sleeping-pose advice
> 80s lineups that also read like tabloid headlines
> people I'd have sex with to avoid "dialing down the middle" with carrot top, as revealed by a recent game of "who would I rather sleep with?"
mcsweeney's quarterly concern: issue 17
> the tyrolean harvest sausage catalog, featuring an array of meats, candles, vegetable-inspired spreadables, plus one padded white figurine
> the dobler effectbreakup girl
> staging gracefully
> from re: re: to real
> the starbucks stops nowhere
> putting down tracks
> read my tits
> cat/sperm adoption
> a happier place on earth
And: You can find even more of my writing in my online diary, extended cake mix. And, and, and: I spent a year and a half as an advice columnist for MSN (for which I was photographed wearing a Freudian monocle and a beard); I have a short story called "The Deciding Factor," which was published in a book called The Ex-Files; I even have a résumé.