Fake, Parody, & Satire Blog Directory


  • Wikipedia article on "Parody"
    (In contemporary usage, a parody is a work that imitates another work in order to ridicule, ironically comment on, or poke some affectionate fun at the work itself, the subject of the work, the author or fictional voice of the parody, or another subject.)
  • Wikipedia article on "Fake Blog"
    (One genre of fake blog is the fake parody blog; written ostensibly by a celebrity or other noteworthy individual, but is in fact a parody of him/her.)
  • Meet the Fakers: Where are the good fake blogs? 
    (So I wonder why there aren't enough fake blogs. [...] I was delighted to read last week that a blog belonging to "Harriet Miers" had hit the scene reinforcing the doofy/ditzy image that's emerged from her personal correspondence with the President. It's not quite drop-dead funny, but it's been entertaining enough to garner notice in Slate and the New Yorker. The apparent Supreme Court nominee has kept plugging away, unlike the "Michelle Maklin" who only lasted through April Fool's Day this year.)
  • Fake Roundup on CNET
    CNET's roundup of fake blogger.
  • News Groper
    A large network of fake blogs by politicians, celebrities, business moguls, and world leaders, all commenting on current events.