Wit about town Michael Solomon is a veteran editor and writer. He’s the author of the Byliner Original I Hope Like Heck: The Selected Poems of Sarah Palin.
The dean of American soccer writers, David Hirshey is executive editor at HarperCollins and is known for his work at Esquire.
The reigning master of stunt journalism, A. J. Jacobs once outsourced his life to India. He is a writer for Esquire and a frequent contributor to NPR.
In 1998, Joel Stein began writing what he describes as a “sophomoric humor column” for Time. He is the author of Man Made: A Stupid Quest for Masculinity.
My hairline’s back, my teeth are whiter, and I’m late for my pedicure. One man’s shameless quest for self-improvement.
Who dreams up every twist and turn in the World Wrestling Federation? We pin down some answers.
Research shows that the Super Bowl influences the stock market, predicts elections, and causes impotence. Or does it?
Discovered among 24,000 pages of Sarah Palin e-mails was the heart of a poet. These fifty hilarious, previously unpublished verses place the Belle of Wasilla in the pantheon with Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, and Dr. Seuss.
Lance Armstrong’s interview with Oprah Winfrey will tell us how he intends to manage his reputation from now on. What are the disgraced cyclist’s options?