The Posthumous Works of Irving Vanderblock-Wheedle. Indulging in his usual custom of breaking with tradition, Mr. Vanderblock-Wheedle has decided to issue his posthumous works before his demise, thus sparing his executors some effort and depriving his publisher of at least one of the motives for killing him. “Sure to please lovers of incoherent philosophical rants, novels too mediocre to finish, and embarrassingly juvenile poetry” —New York Review of Posthumous Books.