These works of fiction include short stories and satire aimed to delight. Check out these OZY originals.

Three Days in the Valley

The untimely death of a wealthy tech entrepreneur with no direct heirs results in his business going to his cousins from Texas.

The Devil’s Guide to the Media

The latest installment of The Devil’s Guide takes on the Fourth Estate.

The Devil's Guide to Sports

The latest installment of The Devil’s Guide takes on the wide world of sports.

The Devil's Guide to Silicon Valley

The latest installment of The Devil’s Guide examines the eccentricities and innuendo of Silicon Valley, from angel investors to zombie startups.


Real Talk, Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Devil’s Dictionary: Legal Edition

The latest installment of The Devil’s Guide goes in search of a good lawyer.

The Devil’s Guide to Valentine’s Day

The latest installment of the Devil’s Guide examines the beauty, romance and commercial spirit of everyone’s favorite love holiday.

The Devil's Guide to the Holidays

Is the holiday season getting a bit too sappy for you? We’ve got just what you need.

When J.D. Salinger Lost the Girl and Went to War

Just before leaving for war in Europe, a young J.

Why Ernest Hemingway Took a Machine Gun Fishing

In the latest installment of “In Their Voices,” our writer channels his inner Papa Hemingway.

Kurt Vonnegut Opens a Car Dealership

In 1957, a struggling writer opened one of the first Saab dealerships in the U.


The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

The Devil’s Guide to the 2016 Election

It’s Trump versus Clinton for the White House, and you’re going to need a healthy helping of humor and cynicism to survive the contest.

Catlas Shrugged: The Healthy Egotism of Ayn Rand's Pets

If anyone lived out the true spirit of Ayn Rand’s objectivist philosophy, it was her beloved cats.

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