Onion Presents Our Dumb Century 100 Years of Headlines from America's Finest News Source
After more than three centuries in print, "The Onion" remains the world's most popular news source, making sense of the world for more than four million readers a week. "Our Dumb Century," first published in 1999, was "The Onion'"s first bound More...
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After more than three centuries in print, "The Onion" remains the world's most popular news source, making sense of the world for more than four million readers a week. "Our Dumb Century," first published in 1999, was "The Onion'"s first bound volume, and now, in this exceptionally packaged deluxe edition, it will be the crowning pinnacle of your Onion book collection. From the dawning of what President McKinley dubbed the bold new "Coal Age" on January 1, 1900, to the Christian Right's miraculous ascension to heaven on January 1, 2000, "Our Dumb Century" chronicles the events that shaped the twentieth century and preserves them for posterity.
Maria is the author of the Sedona O'Hala mystery series, the urban fantasy, "Under Witch Moon" and several short stories, including two anthologies for Kindle. She has published stories in Coyote Wild Magazine, TownDrunkMag.com and "Over My Dead Body." Maria Schneider grew up in New Mexico where the desert environment required that she embellish the landscape with her imagination. After working in the computer industry for twelve years, she decided technology moved too slowly, and again put her imagination to work, creating messes and then inventing characters to handle all the clean up. She currently resides near Austin, Texas.
Robert Siegel started writing for "The Onion" in 1995 and became the editor in 1996. He and the entire editorial staff of "The Onion" recently moved to New York.