A lonely queer staff member in Michael Eisner’s Disney empire can’t seem to get the break his career needs. Instead, the executive officers he works under seem more focused on selling him into prostitution and pornography, buying his used underpants, showing up to work without clothes on, and keeping him on staff to exploit his medical marijuana license. A psychedelic Bush-era flashback, laced with cynical humor and pop culture pastiche, "Mouschwitz" takes the reader on a dizzying journey through every nook and cranny of the entertainment industry, through multiple characters’ perspectives, as the author Snow blends pointed social commentary on sexual harassment, gender politics, and anti-LGBT discrimination in the industry with the dark and terrifyingly surreal. "Mouschwitz" is "The Devil Wears Prada" meets "Moulin Rouge", while they both get sucker punched by "Mulholland Drive", as Slavoj Žižek watches in hysterical fits of laughter. Based on Snow's real life experiences working for the Walt Disney Company, Snow's "Mouschwitz" uses his signature black humor, gonzo parody, and dark satire to expose the real-life systemic sexual harassment of LGBT employees stemming from top executives at Disney.