Press & Publications
- My humor book Questions For Terrible People has been published by Adams Media, it’s now available on Amazon and at Barnes & Noble locations nationally and has been selected to be one of 12 titles featured in the Barnes & Noble “humor bay” from mid-October — mid-November of this year. Rad!
- Feb 2016: I spoke to the Boston.com about the Oscars and diversity in Hollywood
- I was named 1 of “5 Boston Comedians to Watch” by the Boston Globe.
- August 2014: I spoke to the Boston Globe about comedy, comics & mental health in This Article.
- I got a chance to do a really fun interview for the Missouri Review’s blog where we talk about poetry, stand-up, and ways to keep writing among the craziness of life & work. Check it out
- My chapbook Month of Sundays is now available at the Grolier Poetry Book Shop in Harvard Sq. (6 Plympton St, Cambridge MA, 02138) It’s right up front at the register, priced to move at a mere 8 quarters!
They put it right next to Neruda & Baudelaire, so I’m in damn good company…though I can guarantee you that only one of those books contains the words “cyborg”, “Facebook”, & “Monstercock”.
Cop it…and thank you kindly.
- In February 2014 I began an every-other-week series for the The Missouri Review’s blog section in which I curate and comment on the “perfect playlist” for picking up various literary figures (poetry or prose, living or dead) from the airport in order to drive them to dinner and a reading. It’s been a blast. So far writers include:
- Colson Whitehead (Novelist, MacArthur Fellow, writer of The Intuitionist & Zone One)
- Tracy K. Smith (Poet, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for her book Life on Mars)
- W.G. Sebald (Novelist, genre-busting author of The Emigrants & Rings of Saturn)
- Margaret Atwood (Novelist/Essayist/Poet/etc, Booker Prize winning author of The Handmaid’s Tale)
- James Baldwin (Novelist/Essayist/Poet/Activist, writer of Go Tell It On The Mountain & The Fire Next Time)
- Kenzaburo Oe (Novelist/Activist, writer of Hiroshima Notes & A Personal Matter)
- J.R.R. Tolkien (Novelist/Poet/Scholar, writer of The Hobbit & The Lord of the Rings)
- Philip K. Dick (Novelist/Short-Story Writer, author of The Man in the High Castle, A Scanner Darkly, & Valis)
- Adam Smith (Philosopher/Economist/Scholar, writer of The Wealth of Nations)
- Maya Angelou (Poet, Memoirist, Dancer, Journalist, Activist, writer of I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings)