Every Person on the Planet Bruce Eric Kaplan, a New Yorker cartoonist and former Six Feet Under writer, taps into the dread of throwing holiday parties in Every Person on… Every Person on the Planet Bruce Eric Kaplan, a New Yorker cartoonist and former Six Feet Under writer, taps into the dread of throwing holiday parties in Every Person on… 2005-10-25 Fiction Simon & Schuster
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Every Person on the Planet (2005)

Every Person on the Planet | SAVE 'THE PLANET' Kaplan discusses holiday parties and the inevitable lack of RSVPs, among other things
SAVE 'THE PLANET' Kaplan discusses holiday parties and the inevitable lack of RSVPs, among other things
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Details Release Date: Oct 25, 2005; Writer: Bruce Eric Kaplan; Genre: Fiction; Publisher: Simon & Schuster

Bruce Eric Kaplan, a New Yorker cartoonist and former Six Feet Under writer, taps into the dread of throwing holiday parties in Every Person on the Planet, a self-illustrated quick read he calls ''an only somewhat anxiety-filled tale for the holidays.'' From the out-of-hand guest list (all 6.3 billion members of the world population get invites...though only eight RSVP) to the Australians who close the party down, Kaplan's brilliantly droll story will bring a smile to even the scroogiest among us.

Originally posted Dec 09, 2005 Published in issue #854 Dec 16, 2005 Order article reprints
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