Greg Boose has been published over 200 times in the last 15 years, popping up in culture and news publications like Chicago Public Radio, The Believer, The Huffington Post, BlackBook Magazine, Time Out Chicago, Chicago Reader, and; writing silly shit for humor sites like McSweeney's,, Yankee Pot Roast, Monkeybicycle, The Nervous Breakdown, Feathertale, and Opium; and working hard on writing TV pilots, humor shorts, and plays. His one-act play "Everybody Else's Fault" was performed by Bakersfield Community Theater in 2010, but he was too broke to travel and see it live.

Here are a few of Greg's favorite online pieces that are still somehow online:

Actor Adam Goldberg is the King of Vine, Twitter's Indie Filmmaker App (BlackBook)

The Joys of Farm Life and the Pain of Leaving It (Chicago Public Radio)

Three Older Women Stand in Line to Yell at the Author James Frey when Malcolm-Jamal Warner Stops By with a Two-Liter of Cherry Coke Under his Arm (The Nervous Breakdown)

Laryy Sm1Th, Email Scammer, Writes a Christmas Card to His Parents (Monkeybicycle)

5 Reasons Megatron Should Have Fired Starscream Years Ago (Cracked)

The Good Cents of Security (Hobart)

Things I Could Have Said When the Strap on my Israeli Paratrooper Bag Broke if I'd Known the Outcome of Whichever War It Was Used In (McSweeney's)

Walking Around Naked with Thousands of Other Naked People is Totally Fine Until You're the One of the Last Searching for His Clothes (The Nervous Breakdown)

"Yo' Momma" Jokes, As Told by Nerds (Yankee Pot Roast)