Harmon Leon: essay and books

Harmon Leon
Author's Genres:
Nonfiction :: Humor :: Politics

Harmon Leon essay


Harmon Leon is an award-winning author, performer, and former senior writer for National Lampoon. His latest book, The Infiltrator, was released in 2006, and his writing credits for print and television include NPR, National Geographic, Maxim, Cosmopolitan, The BBC, and Showtime Television Network. He lives and works in San Francisco. (from the publisher's website)"

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All books by Harmon Leon:

The Harmon Chronicles

The Harmon Chronicles

Leon is kind of like Tom Green, except that Leon is smart, and funny, and should have his own TV show. — Malice Inc.
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American Dream

American Dream

In The American Dream Harmon Leon draws upon his experiences of adopting personas and disguises to infiltrate the various institutions of everyday life, living among a diverse range of subcultures and learning first hand how they see their vision and utopia. His incursions include...
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The Infiltrator: My Undercover Exploits in Right-wing America

The Infiltrator: My Undercover Exploits in Right-wing America

At a faith healing extravaganza, Harmon throws away his crutches and walks again—before being assisted to the ground. And there’s much, much more in this twisted sampler of infiltration journalism.
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The Brothers Rjukerooka: A Brief History of the Institute of Blinding Light

The Brothers Rjukerooka: A Brief History of the Institute of Blinding Light

According to the modest author, The Brothers Rjukerooka: A Brief History of the Institute of Blinding Light is the greatest story ever -- or never -- told. This heroic literary mockumentary examines the most overlooked adventurer/explorer duo in Finnish history: the mysterious Rjukerooka...
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Republican Like Me: Infiltrating Red-state, White-ass, And Blue-suit America

Republican Like Me: Infiltrating Red-state, White-ass, And Blue-suit America

Wonder no more. Join self-described infiltration journalist Harmon Leon as he goes undercover to explore what being conservative really means.
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National Lampoon Road Trip USA: All the Places Your Dad Never Stopped at

National Lampoon Road Trip USA: All the Places Your Dad Never Stopped at

National Lampoon celebrates the 25th anniversary of its seminal film National Lampoon's Vacation by finally providing all the destinations that the Griswald clan would have/should have/might have visited. To some, the the road less traveled is an inconvenience: a pathetic, pot holed, meandering...
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The Tragedy of Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

The Tragedy of Hamlet: Prince of Denmark

This edition offers a new way to read and study The Tragedy of Hamlet without distracting footnotes. The latest edited version of the original text parallels the original, line-for-line. (Plays/Drama)

Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution

Same-Sex Marriage and the Constitution

Does the Constitution protect the right to same-sex marriage? Taking a careful look at the issue, Evan Gerstmann looks at the legal debate, and asks whether, in a democratic society, the courts, rather than voters, should resolve the question. Gerstmann also asks whether such a court-created law...

Heritage

Heritage

A Taelon experiment gone horribly wrong will decimate humanity unless Liam can uncover a secret buried in his past. GENE RODDENBERRY'S EARTH: FINAL CONFLICT From the popular television series by the creator of Star Trek (tm) Liam Kincaid walks a...