Working for the Library of Congress/Center of the Book has got to be the most geektastically mindblowingly awesome job there is:
They have just introduced the Exquisite Corpse Adventure*, in which Jon Scieszka will write an installment and then pass it on to Katherine Paterson, who will write another installment, and then it will be passed on to (among many others and no, I don't know the actual order other than the first two) M.T. Anderson and Shannon Hale and Daniel Handler and SUSAN FREAKING COOPER (plus there'll be a new illustration each time) and on and on every two weeks, and will finally finish a year from now.
Also, being the brainiacs that they are, they've set it up with an RSS feed, so we don't even have to remember to check the LOC website every two weeks.
HOW RAD IS THAT?
*An ECA is that game where one person begins a story and then gives it to the next person, who writes more and then folds the paper over so that the third person can only see what the second person wrote and so on... You know what I mean.