Gladstone (humorist)

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Not to be confused with William Ewart Gladstone.
Gladstone
Occupation Humorist: multimedia
Language English
Nationality American
Period Contemporary
Genre Satire
Subject Pop culture, news media, Americana
Literary movement Post-postmodern
Notable works Hate by Numbers
Notable awards 2010 Opium Literary Death Match
Website
www.kafkamaine.com/hatebynumbers

Wayne Gladstone, who writes as simply Gladstone, is an American humorist and columnist. He is the creator, writer, and star of the Hate by Numbers Internet series,[1][2] and a regular contributor to Comedy Central's Indecision Forever[3] and Cracked.com.[4]


Notes from the Internet Apocalypse[edit]

Gladstone's first novel, Notes from the Internet Apocalypse, is the first in a trilogy to be published by Thomas Dunne Books,[5] released on 4 Mar 2014. First appearing as a serialized novella on Cracked.com In 2011,[6] and written as a "found journal," the novel follows a fictional Gladstone on a journey to find the Internet, which has suddenly and inexplicably disappeared.


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