The Platonic Alcoholic: A Review of Bad Sex by Clancy Martin

Bad Sex by Clancy Martin (Tyrant Books, September 2015) I’m not a big fan of drug war rhetoric. Contra to decades of D.A.R.E. propaganda and…


Verses of a Dirty Old Man: A Review of What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire by Charles Bukowski

What Matters Most is How Well You Walk Through the Fire by Charles Bukowski (HarperCollins, March 2009) I feel that this is a work that is deserving…


Girls Chat is, Like, Soooooo Cool!

NOTE FROM THE EDITORS: We wouldn't ordinarily insert ourselves into someone else's work, but this submission can't be understood without some…


What Happened to Pro Wrestling?

The evolution of professional wrestling has been, for lack of a better term, a roller coaster. As of right now, I feel as if we’re going down very…


Women Without Chests: A Review of The Pussy by Delicious Tacos and Game by Roosh Valizadeh

The Pussy by Delicious Tacos (Self-published, July 2016) Game by Roosh Valizadeh (Self-published, September 2018) It seemed dead obvious when I began…


American History Z: A Review of Shot Caller

How does a man show ultimate loyalty to his family? Shot Caller explores this question through the lens of a middle-class man thrust into the extreme…


The Way of the Gang: A Review of American Animals

The heist film occupies an unusual place in the public’s mind. Usually a tale of rag-tag criminals who come together against a greater evil to rob…


Thunder from the Gods: A Review of Bronze Age Mindset by Bronze Age Pervert

Bronze Age Mindset by Bronze Age Pervert (Self-published, June 2018) Two months ago, I bought Bronze Age Mindset, the debut book from dissident right…


The Short, Mediocre Life of David Foster Wallace

On this day ten years ago, David Foster Wallace went into his garage, tied a noose, slung it around his neck, and kicked the chair away. The literary…


Fear of an Incel Planet: How Michel Houellebecq’s Whatever Predicted Our Sexual Dystopia

Whatever by Michel Houellebecq (Serpent's Tail, May 2011) When I was a teenager, I attended a private Catholic school that was known for its athletic…