This book comes from the best and the most emotionally creative contemporary author.
This is such a great collection of his articles peppered with his own notes and behind the scenes info for why he wrote them.
One of my favorite parts of this book is the hate mail that Mark has received over the years.
Based on this book and Mark's articles for SFgate, you would be hard pressed to think of him as a journalist by any stretch of the imagination. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Golem
i have been following mark at the sf chronicle very talented extremely funny and he is someone who tells it like it isPublished 24 months ago by jimmy smash
... because every so often I have to excuse myself and recover from hysterics. This one got me today:
She leans in, and in that muffled, hospital-room PA sound, you hear... Read more
The Daring Spectacle is award-winning San Francisco Chronicle/SFGate columnist and culture critic Mark Morford's hilarious modern record of sex and media, politics and pop culture,... Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by Amy Edelman
As is painfully obvious from the one-star reviews here (and, as has been mentioned, the hate mail in the book itself) Mark Morford is never going to be a darling of Red State... Read morePublished on October 19, 2011 by Lynn Hess
It is a book!
Mark Morford is our voice in this convoluted society's comings and goings. He is articulate, funny as a crutch, and erudite, nearly to a fault. Read more
Those of you bemoaning the death of no-holds-barred might want to have a look at this wildly opinionated collection. Read morePublished on December 8, 2010 by John F. Lehman
Only people not tired and disillusioned by the decline of ethics and morals in modern American society would find anything to recommend in this title or from this author[sic]. Read morePublished on November 5, 2010 by tom davis
Mr. Morford has never been a journalist, so you might expect someone who chooses such a misleading and overblown title to present a hyperdefensive, angry and not-entirely-honest... Read morePublished on August 11, 2010 by Gregory L. Lipford