Uncle Frank’s Diary
Grant Burns (Uncle Frank) Archives
Number 28 Uncle Frank and the Dupes of Hazard
Number 27 Bad Books! Bad, Bad Books!
Number 26 Book Awards and the Best Writers of Their Generation: Too Many of Both
Number 25 So Let Her Die, Already
Number 24 Mourning in America
Number 23 Darker than Black: The Pod People Prevail
Number 22 The Bush Gang: Creating Their Own Reality
Number 21 Glory Days: Boy George as High-School Jerk
Number 20 Conventional Whizzdom: Fear Itself
Number 19 The Passion of the Crust
Number 18 Exploiting Experience: Politician and Poet, Two of a Kind
Number 17 Uncle Frank Goes to the Library, Almost
Number 16 Drop the Almanac, Pal, and Spread ‘Em!
Number 15 What Would $100 Billion Buy on the Library Market?
Number 14 What’s Left of Iraq’s Libraries?
Number 13 And Oil Has Nothing To Do With It.
Number 12 Nausea.
Number 11 I’m Going to Dig a Hole.
Number 10 Who Needs Librarians? Let’s Get Some Trained Monkeys.
Number 9 Taking Candy from Strange Websites
Number 8 Uncle Frank Comes Back Mad
Number 7 Uncle Frank Takes a Trip
Number 6 9-11: We Didn’t Make Them Do It
Number 5 The Night I Prayed for Castro, and What Happened Then
Number 4 Publishing on Demand: Good Deal, or Fool’s Errand?
Number 3 Books and Toasters: Who Ya Gonna Trust?
Number 2 To Breath Is to Judge: An Attempt to Think Calmly
Number 1 Says Schroeder, “We have a very serious issue with librarians.”