The Pulitzer Prize winning author of The Road turns to writing ad copy for a sex toy website.
The influential science fiction author successfully predicts what the Internet will be like.next year.
Famous horror author H.P. Lovecraft spends his posthumous years writing description text for Brazzers clips.
Journey with George R.R. Martin to a brutal realm of intrigue and non-toxic, eco-friendly baby toys.
Giant of Russian literature, Fyodor Dostoevsky, turns his attention to the grim misdeeds of the information age.
J-List hires Objectivist Ayn Rand to write copy for their website and convey the rational self-interest of glorious Nippon.
The author of "1984" and "Animal Farm" is hired to write copy for the Fatheads vinyl wall art website.
Literary great James Joyce draws on his infamously filthy letters to Nora Barnacle in an attempt to scam her out of her banking information.
A Texas barbecue above the corpora cavernosa. Eyes bursting. Skin liquefied in the intense heat of the Buffalo Griller sauce. Phimosis shrouding the war crimes of helicopter infantry.
L Ron Hubbard returns in thetan form to do some paid writing for the American Apparel clothing catalog.
The world's greatest film critic is hired to review the orb-swarming madness of bullet hell shooter games.
The famed author of "Ender's Game" gives Ben & Jerry's a little more than they were expecting for their new ice cream promos.
Cormac McCarthy, renowned author of "The Road" and many other classics, writes reviews of candy for a retro blog.
William S. Burroughs is hired by Chili's to write enticing copy for the addicting margaritas on Chili's drink menu.
Tom Clancy may be resting in peace, but he's not resting on his laurels. He has taken up a job writing tactical scenarios for vegetarian food company MorninStar Farms.
New York Times opinion thinker Thomas Friedman takes time off from his globe-hopping insights to write for the IHOP menu.
Slovenian philosopher, lecturer, writer and spitter, Slavoj Zizek, updates the wikipedia episode guide for CBS sitcom 2 Broke Girls.
Slaughterhouse-Five author, Kurt Vonnegut, returns from the unfortunate state of not existing to write some copy for Sears.
Atheist scientist Sir Richard Dawkins returns to write about his favorite artisanal honeys.
TekWar author, producer, actor, and creative force, William Shatner, helps out Gateway Computers with their new product rollout.
Frank Hebert believes that he who reviews the beer controls the universe. Luckily, he has a blog to do exactly that.
Kafkaesque writer Franz Kafka is employed by beverage mixer Sodastream to describe flavors for their website.
Celebrate Poe's belated birthday with a spine-supporting tale of the macabre, sponsored by Sleep Number Beds.
Gonzo journalist Hunter S. Thompson gets down in the trenches and gives an episode recap of last night's Big Bang Theory.
The father of cyberpunk, William Gibson, is plugged into the marketing for Colonial Williamsburg.
H.P. Lovecraft is subjected to all six Star Wars movies and tries to put into words the horrors he witnessed.
David Brooks, a man who has not watched basketball in years, gives you the hot picks to help fill out your own March Madness bracket.
Great southern author William Faulkner, also an avid cryptozoologist, relates his encounter with bigfoot.
Nietzsche will make you believe God is Dead after you see what these kids did for their sick classmate.