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Mark Leyner is an American postmodernist author.
Leyner’s stories are generally humorous and absurd. He wrote the novels “Et Tu, Babe,” and “The Tetherballs of Bougainville”.
Leyner has also worked as a columnist for magazines Esquire and George, and as a writer for the MTV program Liquid Television. He also co-wrote and voiced a short-lived series of audio fiction called “Wiretap”.