From Francis Heaney, a book called Holy Tango Of Literature.http://tinyurl.com/8wnbb

The basic premise is: What if famous writers had written books/poems/scripts whose titles were anagrams of their names?
So you get bits like "Ellen's Siamese Twin" by Tennessee Williams and "Horrid Planet" by Harold Pinter, etc. All quite amusing, and Heaney clearly knows his literary cliche'.
He's also released the book under a Creative Commons license, so it's available for viewing via free download:
http://www.yarnivore.com/francis/Holy Tango.htm
If you reading nothing else, scroll down to "Dammit, Dave" by David Mamet. A re-telling of 2001: A Space Odyssey if Mamet had written it.

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From Francis Heaney, a book called Holy Tango Of Literature.

The basic premise is: What if famous writers had written books/poems/scripts whose titles were anagrams of their names? So ... down to "Dammit, Dave" by David Mamet. A re-telling of 2001: A Space Odyssey if Mamet had written it. emg

Erica Cigar - The hush-hush untold story of what happens to an innocent Mexican-America intern while working in the White House, and the horror that wafts into her life when the President makes her sniff Basil and then shows her his lizard!

There is a certain enthusiasm in liberty, that makes human nature rise above itself, in acts of bravery and heroism.
Alexander Hamilton (The Farmer Refuted, 23 February 1775)
From Francis Heaney, a book called Holy Tango Of Literature.

The basic premise is: What if famous writers had written books/poems/scripts whose titles were anagrams of their names? So ... by Tennessee Williams and "Horrid Planet" by Harold Pinter, etc. All quite amusing, and Heaney clearly knows his literary cliche'.

"I Race Cigar", by Eric Garcia.
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The basic premise is: What if famous writers had ... All quite amusing, and Heaney clearly knows his literary cliche'.

"I Race Cigar", by Eric Garcia. jaybee

Que es Hard, Jabocu! (That Is Hard, Jabocu!) - The tragic love story of a Spanish maid working in Montreal who speaks some English but no French, and what happens when she falls for an African-American writer with a penchant for overdosing on Viagra.

Understanding is the reward of faith. Therefore seek not to understand that you may believe, but believe that you may understand.
St. Augustine
The basic premise is: What if famous writers had written books/poems/scripts whose titles were anagrams of their names?

Erica Cigar - The hush-hush untold story of what happens to an innocent Mexican-America intern while working in the White House, and the horror that wafts into her life when the President makes her sniff Basil and then shows her his lizard!

Oooh, I'd read that. We'd have to change Mexican-American to sorta-Cuban-American, but there's wiggle room.
Unfortunately, Skip, the only anagram I (rather, the website I consulted) can come up with for your name is:
PP Kissers
And I assume we can all write our own variation on that timeless story...

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The basic premise is: What if famous writers had written books/poems/scripts whose titles were anagrams of their names?

"I Race Cigar", by Eric Garcia. jaybee

Jacques Bouchard is way too complicated of a name to get into...

But if we anagram out French Canadian, we get "An Anarchic Fiend" and I think jaybee has already written 20 or 30 posts on that topic alone.
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Erica Cigar - The hush-hush untold story of what happens ... makes her sniff Basil and then shows her his lizard!

Oooh, I'd read that. We'd have to change Mexican-American to sorta-Cuban-American, but there's wiggle room. Unfortunately, Skip, the only anagram ... your name is: PP Kissers And I assume we can all write our own variation on that timeless story... emg

Excellent! Damn, I didn't think anyone could do me.

Wait a minute...
SS Kippers - The untold true story of how Nazi traitor Rudolf Hess developed a life-long love affair with that lovely Scottish delicacy, fresh herring smoked over smoldering oak chips.

Beware the fury of the patient man.
John Dryden
Jacques Bouchard is way too complicated of a name to get into...

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I think I did pretty well, considering I started out with nothing but a bunch of blank paper.
Steve Martin
Jacques Bouchard is way too complicated of a name to get into...

Chaucer job squad

Genius!
I should left out the E.
Matthew Cope becomes...
Wet Ham Pecot - The story of how a popular font was born when a Canadian writer got drunk during the holidays, fell face first into Grandma's favorite meat, and dreamed.

Success lies where your interests meet the world's needs.

Aristotle
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