Posts Tagged: jerry stahl

Watch After Adderall Free Tonight!

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After Adderall is a feature film by Rumpus founder Stephen Elliott reimagining the absurd experience of having one’s book translated into a film. The movie stars Mickaela Tombrock and Bill Heck and features Lili Taylor, James Urbaniak, Ned Van Zandt, and Michael C.

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The Rumpus Interview with Rich Cohen

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Rich Cohen discusses his new book The Sun & the Moon & the Rolling Stones, writing book proposals, and interviewing rock stars. ...more

The Sunday Rumpus Interview: Patrick O’Neil

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Patrick O'Neil talks about his debut memoir Gun Needle Spoon, being big in France, the drug/recovery genre, and writing through trauma. ...more

An Excellent Book—and Such Endorsements!

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To promote his new book Happy Mutant Baby PillsOG Dad author Jerry Stahl rode around with writer/director/producer Larry Charles, trying to dig up endorsements from those famous friends.

The result is probably the only book trailer to be posted on Funny or Die—and definitely the only book trailer to feature cameos from Jason Schwartzman, Ben Stiller, Michael C.

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OG DAD #19: The Scream

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It’s no secret, the amount of crying you have to listen to when you have a baby is astronomical. Before this, my exposure to crying females was pretty much limited to those I was in a relationship with

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OG DAD #14: BACKOPALYPSE NOW

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Before what happened happened at Sandy Hook Elementary, I was going to write about back pain. Specifically “boomer back”—dark secret of infant–spawning post-50 boomerdom—a malady specific to “older parents”

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OG DAD: Big Daddy Cannes

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First time away from the baby, and the world is a strange new place. Before leaving, I spent an acid-without-the-acid-esque few days contemplating the tiny faux-hawked nipple-sucker perched atop E’s monstro breast. ...more

OG DAD: A Stahl Is Born

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Don’t let the idyllic lead full you. The night behind us has been so Game of Thrones-y that even now the blood squishes underfoot, the floor is littered with cast-off scarlet rags, stained plastic gloves. ...more