Students will jointly invent on a computer a faux or anachronistic newspaper based on the characters and plot of whatever novel or drama they are studying. Contents of the feature stories, editorials, personals, advertisements, etc. will be generally true and accurate representations of the work of drama or fiction on which they are based; however, parody and punning in the spirit of Richard Armour's Twisted Tales of Shakespeare, The Classics Reclassified, and 1066 and All That are encouraged. The name of the newspaper and other masthead details such as font selected and slogans will be true to the time and setting of the literary work. Student artwork and/or free images from varioous internet collections are encouraged. For example, a faux newspaper on Macbeth might be titled (as was one my students years ago produced) The Daily Dunsinanity -- published tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow in this petty space. Examples in these materials are based on the best-known literary work, Shakespeare's Hamlet, as represented in The Elsinore Snore -- something written in the state of Demark.