The Complete History of Everything, by MC: Penis Affidavits; Muscle Shirts; Toe Socks; Parsifal; Kalmykian Ewoks; Howard the Duck; Famine; Societal Collapse; and Lotion Play
Pedia Press is a pretty neat concept. It allows anyone to compile hand-picked Wikipedia pages and transform them into books that are instantly available for purchase. The super-simple process takes about 10 to 15 minutes. I’ve already produced a few volumes of my own. Each one, detailed below, has made the world a better place.
Inanimate Immortality. This baby retails for $33.04. It explores the world of taxidermy, androids, sex dolls and other items that mimic or commemorate life. Key sections include robot fetishism, glove puppetry, and shrunken heads. My favorite passage is from the Icelandic Phallological Museum: “Although the museum does not yet have a Homo sapiens specimen, in the interest of advancing phallological knowledge, a patron (Páll Arason, born in 1915 and currently 94 years old) has donated, presumably posthumously, an affidavit for his penis.”