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Reviews the author totally didn’t pay for:
“The book lives up to its title… brilliant.” – Aimee Levitt, The Chicago Reader
“Comedic gold.” – BookBub
“I don’t know a more literate and hysterically funny resource.” – Lou Marzeles, The Goldendale Sentinel
“Will make you laugh out loud.” – Gene Lavanche, FOX 25
December is David’s Gala East Coast Tour: in Boston, Tufts University (Dec. 2), Emerson College (Dec. 2), Fox 25 TV (Dec. 3, ~9:45 AM), and the Boston Public Library (Dec. 3); in New York, the 92nd St. Y (Dec. 5), Cooper Union (Dec. 6), and Hunter College (Dec. 9); followed by a quick jaunt up to Adobe in San Francisco (Dec. 19), where David will explain how to Photoshop fart jokes.
Jason Alexander, Ed Asner, Charles Shaughnessy, Kristen Miller and Phil Proctor are in a reading of three comedy half-hours directed by Peter Bonerz, at the Writers Guild of America, west on Monday Dec. 16 at 7 PM: David’s “Doug & Cindy”; Jeff Reno & Ron Osborn and John Cleese’s “Whetfish”; and Doug Molitar’s “Black & Wyatt”. Free admission; email email@example.com, subject “Fantasy Comedies 12/16″.
October was International David Goes To Conferences Month: SATE Themed Entertainment Association (Savannah); Midwest Popular Culture Association (St. Louis); VIEW Digital Cinema Conference (Torino, Italy), not to mention (and yet I’m mentioning) Oxford University.
David endures 4 minutes of brutal interrogation by Sandra Mitchell of KCAL9 (CBS Los Angeles).
Jamie Reno (Newsweek, The Daily Beast, The New York Times) calls FTB “the best book ever written about comedy”; some people damn with faint praise – I almost fainted with the damn praise.