|Subject||Pop culture, news media, Americana|
|Notable works||Notes from the Internet Apocalypse|
Wayne Gladstone (also known as Gladstone) is an American writer, humorist and novelist perhaps best known for his work with Cracked.com and the novel Notes from the Internet Apocalypse, the first in a trilogy of books entitled The Internet Apocalypse Trilogy.
Following the release of Notes from the Internet Apocalypse, Gladstone has been interviewed on the internet's effect on pop culture by Esquire, as well as appearing on Fusion.net in an interview hypothesizing the societal effects of the disappearance of the Internet.
The second novel in Gladstone's Internet apocalypse trilogy, Agents of the Internet Apocalypse, was released in July 21, 2015.
- "G-Stone". Cracked.com.
- "Wayne Gladstone". Bookreporter.com.
- "NOTES FROM THE INTERNET APOCALYPSE: A Novel". Macmillan Publishers. March 4, 2014.
- "Notes from the Internet Apocalypse". Kirkus Reviews.
- Dundas, Deborah (March 12, 2014). "Notes From the Internet Apocalypse: Review". Toronto Star.
- "The Pop Quiz at the End of the Universe: Wayne Gladstone". Tor Books. March 4, 2014.
- Nelson, Samantha (March 3, 2014). "Is this debut novel from a Cracked writer just trolling its readers?". The A.V. Club.
- O'Neil, Luke (March 10, 2014). "Is The Internet Making Us Dumber, Smarter, Or Just Different?". Esquire.
- Lorenzo, Adriana (March 18, 2014). The Internet Apocalypse: Is It the End of the Web As We Know It?. Fusion.
- "AGENTS OF THE INTERNET APOCALYPSE: A Novel". Macmillan Publishers. July 21, 2015.
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