Pants on fire

Pants on fire: “Creative and prolific” liar Stephen Glass, who was fired five years ago from The New Republic for the magazine’s failure to fact check his articles, has now written a roman å clef of his creative and prolific fictional journalism. Just for fun, I am going to tell people that I have read it, but not actually do so.

3 thoughts on “Pants on fire

  1. Did he scam the Atlantic too? I know the New Republic fired him. Sad thing was his stuff was great. Apparently, too great to be true. Hee hee.

  2. Thanks for catching that now corrected mistake, Laura. Actually, I knew it was the New Republic, I was just lying about it…just to stay with the spirit of the post. I understand there’s an introduction to the book by the Iraqi minister of information.

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