Dirty Library can now be held in your hands and gifted to your enemies!
Have you seen dirtylibrary on Tumblr? If not, check it out, then get excited for the book DIRTY LIBRARY to go on sale next week!
Three handsome strangers find themselves enjoying erotic bubbles in the neighborhood bathhouse.
“Shows you can find friendship in the unlikeliest of places!” -Martine, Celebrity Nanny
A neverending black hole of pictures and riddles. May induce paranoia or euphoria.
"This is freaking me out." -Ned, ceramicist
"Please make it stop." -High Times Magazine
Dirty Library will be available IN PRINT this August! The book features 45 titles, weird charts, cool diagrams, fake interviews, the meaning of life, and more! Stay tuned for more disgusting news + where to buy.
Gin Gin thinks he’s been on many adventures, but really most begin at the bar and end in the gutter.
Two weavers offer to make the emperor resplendent garments but he’s like “Fuck that i’m resplendent naked.”
“This tale is a major step in the process of normalizing the nudist lifestyle.” -Chicago Tribune
“Pants off to this!” -Oprah’s Book Club
Stories to engulf your heart and soul with the power of a thousand hells.
"Inspiring! Sweet." -Fran B., pre-school music teacher.
A metaphor-free collection of bleak poems for sad children.
"Ends rather abruptly." -Chicago Tribune
Fed up with the Whos of Whoville’s constant online updates about their newborns and toddlers, the Grinch takes desperate action this Christmas to free up his Facebook and Instagram feeds.
The Big Bad wolf will never blow another house down after three little cigs a day give him emphysema.
“Warning: this book may be habit-forming.” -The Food and Drug Administration
Peter Bedpan and his helpful friend Tinklebell live a solitary existence, hoping to one day leave his quarantined hospital room at Neverbetterland.
"I’d rather have a catheter put in than read this book again." -New York Times