Wrote column "Not My Fault!" for Spin magazine 1993-95
Wrote for "The Evergreen Review" from 1968 - 1970, where he created comic strip "Phoebe Zeit-Geist" with artist 'Frank Springer'
Wrote the book "The Adventures of Phoebe Zeit-Geist", published by Grove Press in 1968.
Wrote the book "The Incredible, Thrilling Adventures of the Rock", published by Random House in 1968.
Wrote for "The National Lampoon" magazine, where he was also a Contributing Editor (1970 - 1971), Senior Editor (1972) and Editor (1973 - 1974).
Wrote, produced and starred in National Lampoon's first comedy album, "Radio Dinner" in 1972, with Tony Hendra
and Christopher Guest
Was a writer, actor and the creative director for The National Lampoon Radio Hour in 1973.
Wrote the Broadway
revue "Gilda Radner - Live From New York" in 1979.
Wrote several unproduced screenplays including "Biker Heaven" (intended to be a sequel to "Easy Rider"), "Dream Master" and "Planet of the Cheap Special Effects".
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