A biography of Michael O’Donoghue titled “Mr. Mike: The Life and Work of Michael O’Donoghue, the Man Who Made Comedy Dangerous,” written by Dennis Perrin, has just been published by Avon Books. You can read a review of it from Booklist on Amazon.com. Thanks for this tip and additional biographical information for the newly updated Michael O’Donoghue page go to Brian Siano, Joe Thomas, Jim Wilson and especially Darius H. James (a.k.a., Dr. Snakeskin), author of Negrophobia and That’s Blaxploitation!, for graciously allowing me to reprint a personal memoir of Michael O’Donoghue from the latter book.
I started tracking visitors to Mark’s Very Large National Lampoon Site about a month ago. So far, there are about 30-40 visitors a day; about 450 different visitors over the last month.
After careful thought and consideration, I have decided to put something useful in place of the gratuitous cover page which has graced this site since it began. Over the last few months, as people have discovered this site, I’ve received many queries and tidbits of information from visitors. Up to now, I’ve kept it all to myself. This seemed a waste, so I came up with this news page idea. This is now the default page on Mark’s Very Large National Lampoon Site. Smart web surfers should now bookmark this page instead of the About This Site page for all the latest developments. And it won’t just be stuff about the site. It will include anything I feel is relevant. I will try to update it at least once a month or sooner, if events merit.
Mark’s Very Large National Lampoon Website went live today.
Started working on the site.