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Sunday, January 14 2007

Readers' Delight: 2006 in Books

This is not your average best-of list. Showing their pop colors, while maintaining (somehow) their indie, undergroup, hipster cred, PopMatters book reviewers select the best books of 2006.


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Tuesday, August 5 2003

Wigfield: The Can-Do Town That Just May Not by Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, Stephen Colbert

But one of the most intriguing things about Amy Sedaris is her absolute lack of vanity. A gym-toned, beauty pageant blonde, she routinely adds pimples, hairs and warts to her pretty parts, wears fatty suits around town, and gleefully contorts herself in all sorts of grody ways. She's an enigma wrapped in a satire, wrapped in mock-irony, wrapped in a spoof.


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Wednesday, November 10 2010

Amy Sedaris, so crafty

LOS ANGELES — As much as crafters hate to admit it, not all craft projects are created equal. Some are absolutely hideous. Who better to bring


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