Literary critic Leslie Fiedler, who helped launch the concept of
the "postmodern," or PoMo, to the general public in the early
1950s, said that westerns and science fiction pulps ought to be
studied in universities alongside Milton and Twain.
While today's scholars ponder how to define the post-postmodern in
the age of the United States of McDonald's and Microsoft, Crews has
raised the bar yet again with POSTMODERN POOH, a "long awaited"
follow up to 1963's POOH PERPLEX, a collection of hilarious
pseudointellectual papers from mock professors and experts
vigorously tearing universal truths and psychological secrets from