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Something's always happening at edroso.com. Visit often.

 

 

 

CURRENT STATUS

At the moment edroso.com is basically a storage unit.
Most of my new writing appears at

Read some of my reviews HERE

 

SOME ARTICLES

The Sherman Oaks Review of Books, June 13, 2016: "In Search of Lost Employment."

The Sherman Oaks Review of Books, May 26, 2016: "To the Editor, 5-24-16."

The Sherman Oaks Review of Books, May 5, 2016: "Putting the Ops in 'Popservations.'"

The Sherman Oaks Review of Books, March 20, 2016: "The Roadshow Not Taken."

2paragraphs, February 17, 2016: "Saint Scalia? Sure, Why Not."

Burn, May 7, 2015: "Too Many Black People in One Place."

2paragraphs, July 12, 2014: "The Greatness of Tommy Ramone."

2paragraphs, April 14, 2014: "A Lesson from Stupid Internet Quizzes: Buzzfood for Thought."

The Raw Story -- CPAC 2014 coverage, March 6-8, 2014: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11.

2paragraphs, January 22, 2013: "Listening to Obama."

AlterNet, November 7, 2012: "Why Does the GOP Keep Generating Extremists?"

AlterNet, October 26, 2012: "The Cultists Lose Their Minds After Barack Obama Says Ayn Rand is for Teenagers."

Village Voice, July 2012: "Alexander Cockburn, 1941-2012.

Burn, May 2012: "On Michael Webster's New York."

Drunk & Unemployed, May 10, 2011: "Committing to Drink."

Village Voice, April 6, 2011: "If Cartoons Are So Big, Why Don't They Pay?"

Esquire, February 13, 2011: "The 25 'Best' Quotes of CPAC 2011."

AlterNet, February 11, 2011: "10 Historical 'Facts' Only a Right-Winger Could Believe."

AlterNet, August 20, 2010: "10 Shameless Right-Wing Tributes to Ayn Rand That Should Make Any Sane Person Blush."

Village Voice, April 13, 2010: Review of Absence of the Hero by Charles Bukowski.

Village Voice, January 26, 2010: Review of Just Kids by Patti Smith.

Village Voice, January 26, 2010: "I Blog New York: Your Guide to Gotham's Best."

Village Voice, December 8, 2009: Review of I Slept With Joey Ramone: A Family Memoir by Mickey Leigh.

Village Voice, October 13, 2009: Review of Moon River and Me by Andy Williams.

Village Voice, August 18, 2009: "Inside the Heads of Obama's Health Care Town-Hall Rowdies."

Village Voice, July 8, 2009: Review of Lydia Lunch's Will Work for Drugs and Reverend Jen's Live Nude Elf.

Village Voice, April 8, 2009: Review of Unplugging Philco by Jim Knipfel.

Village Voice, March 10, 2009: Review of The Forbidden Apple: A Century of Sex & Sin in New York City by Kat Long.

Village Voice, January 28, 2009: Review of Angels and Ages: A Short Book About Darwin, Lincoln, and Modern Life by Adam Gopnik.

Culture11, October 29, 2008: "Obamamercial! Reactions to Obama's big spend from the right and the left" (symposium).

Village Voice, October 22, 2008: "Joel Klein's Report Card."

Village Voice, August 20, 2008: "The Harrowing Adventures of President Obama."

Minneapolis City Pages, May 28, 2008: "James Lileks's Ode to Summer."

Village Voice, April 15, 2008: "The Official Village Voice Election-Season Guide to the Right-Wing Blogosphere."

The American Prospect, August 8, 2007: "Dispatches From the Konservetkult" (with Brad Reed).

 

My novel Morgue for Whores is available via Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Kobo, and elsewhere.
Review by Britain's leading literary critic, Harry Hutton:

"I just read Morgue for Whores, Roy Edroso's first novel. I don't know if you can imagine a plot by Martin Amis, with dialogue by Guy Ritchie, about a crime-fighting dog. Well, it's nothing like that, mercifully. In many ways, it's the opposite of that... Three thumbs up. Recommended."

 

The ALICUBI ARCHIVE--months of fine, aged bloggage!--is here.

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