Wayne Gladstone

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Wayne Gladstone
BornUnited States
Pen nameGladstone
OccupationHumorist, novelist
LanguageEnglish
NationalityAmerican
PeriodContemporary
GenreSatire, dystopian
SubjectPop culture, news media, Americana
Notable worksNotes from the Internet Apocalypse
Website
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Wayne Gladstone (also known as Gladstone) is an American writer, humorist and novelist perhaps best known for his work with Cracked.com[1][2] and the novel Notes from the Internet Apocalypse, the first in a trilogy of books entitled The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy.[3][4][5][6][7]

Following the release of Notes from the Internet Apocalypse, Gladstone has been interviewed on the internet's effect on pop culture by Esquire,[8] as well as appearing on Fusion.net in an interview hypothesizing the societal effects of the disappearance of the Internet.[9]

The second novel in Gladstone's Internet apocalypse trilogy, Agents of the Internet Apocalypse, was released in July 21, 2015.[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "G-Stone". Cracked.com.
  2. ^ "Wayne Gladstone". Bookreporter.com.
  3. ^ "NOTES FROM THE INTERNET APOCALYPSE: A Novel". Macmillan Publishers. March 4, 2014.
  4. ^ "Notes from the Internet Apocalypse". Kirkus Reviews.
  5. ^ Dundas, Deborah (March 12, 2014). "Notes From the Internet Apocalypse: Review". Toronto Star.
  6. ^ "The Pop Quiz at the End of the Universe: Wayne Gladstone". Tor Books. March 4, 2014.
  7. ^ Nelson, Samantha (March 3, 2014). "Is this debut novel from a Cracked writer just trolling its readers?". The A.V. Club.
  8. ^ O'Neil, Luke (March 10, 2014). "Is The Internet Making Us Dumber, Smarter, Or Just Different?". Esquire.
  9. ^ Lorenzo, Adriana (March 18, 2014). The Internet Apocalypse: Is It the End of the Web As We Know It?. Fusion.
  10. ^ "AGENTS OF THE INTERNET APOCALYPSE: A Novel". Macmillan Publishers. July 21, 2015.

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