John Eskow

John Eskow is a writer and musician. He wrote or co-wrote the movies Air America, The Mask of Zorro, and Pink Cadillac, as well as the novel Smokestack Lightning. He is a contributor to Killing Trayvons: an Anthology of American Violence. He can be reached at:

Please Hand-Sanitize All Pitchforks and Torches: Tips For a Safe Coronavirus Riot

What Will You Do If the Democrats Steal It from Sanders?

Doomsday Clocks and Apple Watches

“Get a Brain Morans!” A Pro-American Manifesto

Harold Pinter’s America: Hard Truths and Easy Targets

“It’s All Kinderspiel!” Trump, MSNBC, and the 24/7 Horseshit Roundelay

How Can We Live With All of This Rage?

The Revenge of FrankenStalin and Other Russiagate Folktales

Me, Bill Moyers and Rachel Maddow

Sympathy for the Drivel: On the Vocabulary of President Nitwit

One More Slaughter, One More Piece of Evidence: Racism is a Terminal Mental Disease

MSNBC: A Trainload of Fools Bogged Down in a Magnetic Field

My Gold Star Mother Has a Message for General Kelly: Go to Hell and Stay There

Witch Hunt TV: You Can Trust MSNBC, Really….

MSNBC Goes Full Dr. Strangelove

A Sane America Would Build Statues to a Utah Nurse

Among the Racists

J Geils and the Death of the American Band

Allen Ginsberg’s America vs. Rachel Maddow’s Russia

On the Pornography of Internet Comments: Don Cheadle and the “Butthurt” “Libtards”

Jimmy Kimmel is a Total Dick and Other Reflections on the Oscars

Trump’s Accidental Truth Will Take Him Down

Artists in Trump World

The Loneliness of the American Leftist

Donald Trump is the Loneliest Man in America