Greg Ruehlmann

Greg Ruehlmann was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. His work has been occasionally published in McSweeney's (here, for example) and other places. Greg is proud to say that he knows what "sartorial" means. He now lives in New York City. Maybe he should have a Web site or something.

What a Rick Steves Travel Guide to Venice Would Look Like if Rick Steves Were Severely Agoraphobic Introduction In this guide we'll explore the majesty of Venice: you'll find out how to journey in quaint gondolas through august waterways, dine sumptuously in cozy back-alley pizzerias, and weep in bitter humiliation when a social-panic-induced diarrhea attack sends you...
Some of Hollywood's Greatest Surprise Endings Revealed and Synopsized Million Dollar Baby Caught in an agonizing conflict between his faith and his love for Hillary Swank, Clint Eastwood elects to unplug his surrogate's life support. After he departs covertly, a diaphanous, fey-looking Hillary Swank opens her eyes to...

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