The Daring Spectacle

by Mark Morford

Verdict: SF Chronicle/SFGate columnist and culture critic Mark Morford's hilarious modern record of sex and media, politics and pop culture, love and lust, as told in ninety-two delectable partsnot including all the delicious photos and terrifying hate mail.

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The Daring Spectacle is award-winning San Francisco Chronicle/SFGate columnist and culture critic Mark Morford’s hilarious modern record of sex and media, politics and pop culture, love and lust, as told in ninety-two delectable partsnot including all the delicious photos and terrifying hate mail.

Since its inception in SFGate.com nearly 10 years ago, Morford’s hyperliterate, often controversial, smartly unhinged Notes & Errata column has achieved an avid cultlike status, and is regularly one of the most read and emailed works on the entire site.

The book contains nearly 100 columns, 50 pieces of nicely shocking hate mail, with fresh commentary added to every column, along with photos, snippets, banned work, and various journalistic sacrilege that all points to one undeniable fact: There’s simply no other opinion columnist quite like Morford in American media today. Please undress accordingly.

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