This is an anonymous picture Anonymous, among the greatest scribes ever to have put pen to paper, has graced the literary canon with such masterpieces as Hymns to Inanna, the Old Testament, Beowulf, Njal's Saga, the Book of Songs, and other brilliant and uplifting works.  Unfortunately, even Anonymous has had a few bad days along the way, subjecting an unsuspecting public to such drivel as Primary Colors, "The Song of Roland," and any number of French detective novels.  But, all in all, it has been a good run.  Back in top form, our elusive author now tackles the Age of Anxiety with a deft, hilarious, and sardonic indictment of contemporary censorship in the face of new technology.






Photo:  "Bat Woman" by Dale O'Dell