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The Stephen T. Colbert Award For The Literary Excellence is the most prestigious award given for literature in the United States. To qualify for the award, there is only one requirement: you must be Stephen Colbert. The first recipient of the Stephen T. Colbert Award For The Literary Excellence was the book I Am America (And So Can You!), a work of such staggering genius that it was given the award before it was even published. Subsequently, several books have been honored retroactively with the award.
Retroactively Awarded BooksEdit
- The Holy Bible: Technically, the Bible was written by the Baby Jesus and therefore does not qualify for the Stephen T. Colbert Award For The Literary Excellence. However, since we all know the Baby Jesus speaks through Stephen Colbert, it was determined that that basically qualified Stephen as the author of the Bible.
- America: The Book: Only the parts written by Stephen Colbert were awarded the Stephen T. Colbert Award For The Literary Excellence. In fact, it is recommended that you rip out Stephen's pages and burn the rest of the book written by that Jew commie, John Stewart.
- The Positive Effect of Stephen Colbert's Voice on Ficuses: While technically not a book, but a research paper, the importance of Dr. Stephen T. Colbert, DFA's The Positive Effect of Stephen Colbert's Voice on Ficuses outweighs its lack of scholarly rigour, credibility, or actual physical existence. This paper has therefore been given the highest honor that any non-existent non-scholarly research paper can ever hope to receive: the Stephen T. Colbert Award For The Literary Excellence.