Since leaving as Suck's executive editor, Ana Marie Cox has been making her parents proud (or at least embarrassing them less) as the features editor at Mother Jones magazine. Her own writing appears sporadically in the places you'd probably expect (Feed, Spin, Wired). The first issue of her much-anticipated fanzine about editing, Who he?, should coincide with the millennium. She would like to know where you got that shirt.


Some Jingle-Jangle Morning
The Uses of Enchantment
The Cult-O-Meter
Prozac: It's Not Just for Breakfast Anymore
The Monkeys Spank Back
Shock It Up to Experience
Condemned to Kill Time
Childproof Gap
Marriage of Convenience
Fire This Time
All the World's a Stage
What I Saw at the Digital Revolution
Things that Go Boom in Night
Ye of Little Faith
Missed Manners
Fringe Groupies
Greased Lightning
Gross Anatomy
cApital Offense
Ad About You
Salvaging Salvo
Food For Nought
Fluff Love
Cramping Our Style

Ego Sum Wrecks
Signing in the Rain
The Rich Man's Alta Vista
Men Made Out of Words
No Muss, No Fuss, Just Lust