Andy Browers

Andy Browers holds degrees in Creative and Professional Writing and also Theatre from Bemidji State University. He spent his formative years in northern Minnesota reading comics and writing terrible imitations of Ray Bradbury stories. When not reading or writing, he loves to fist pump to rock and roll, eat terrifying amounts of sushi, sing karaoke, bowl by keeping score the old fashioned way, and dance at wedding receptions. His essays, short stories, and poetry has appeared in The Talking Stick, Aqueous, Cleaver, Drawn to Marvel: Poems from the Comic Books, and elsewhere. He’s currently at work on a collection of essays. As in, he is probably bent over a keyboard right now trying to finish. More than likely, however, he’s actually watching Will Sasso impersonate Kenny Rogers on YouTube. Blog: Anno Amor Twitter: @andrew_browers

My Precioussssss: I Found My Actual Pizza Hut Book It Button And I Am Whole Again At Last

There never was a more perfect treasure.

Ignorance Is Strength: The Political Fight for The Right to 1984 Memes

Everyone stop posting 1984 memes and read the book instead.

Seeking Advice From Our Favorite Characters

One reader on a few favorite literary characters he'd like to get life advice from.

My Favorite Parts of Neil Gaiman’s Journal

A reader highlights the best parts of Neil Gaiman's journal.

I Don’t Wanna Talk About IT (Or Maybe I Do): When Stephen King Ruled TV

On being unable to shake the fear from watching the made-for-TV adaptation of IT and prepping for the new, R-rated adaptation.

The Time Traveler’s Writer: Going Back To A Beloved Writer’s First Book For The First Time

On the joy of reading a favorite author's first published book for the first time.

Whole Lotta Love (For Books): Robert Plant and His Literary Life

The literary life of Robert Plant

A Friend In High And Low Places: Finding Ray Bradbury Where You May Not Expect Him

Finding good ole Ray in unexpected places.

Why X-Men’s Magneto Will Always Pull Us In

On the enduring message inherent in Magneto's backstory.

What The Actual Puck: Questionable Choices In Big Screen Shakespeare

Shakespeare's a pretty flexible dude, but some of these film adaptations of his plays take the content to new levels of "wait, what?"