Just got my review copy. Coming September 2015 from Curbside Splendor.
Men’s Health has helped me achieve a very strange dream of mine. For years I have been trying to convince a magazine editor to allow me to write an in-depth article about the bizarre, carny-like world of Christmas tree salesmen.
I have never been so proud of a piece of journalism I wrote.
During researching/writing I had two disgruntled pine tree peddlers stop talking to me, one existential breakdown and one guy who lived in a camper on a tree lot for six weeks.
Continuing their baffling (and generous) run of encouraging me to write articles, Men’s Health recently published my article on five friends every guy should have between age 5 and 45. Including, of course, a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy that can score you Skittles at age 5.
I wrote an article about life advice lessons I learned from reading Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s biography for Men’s Health.
(The artwork is worth the price of admission alone.)
I wrote a piece for Men’s Health Magazine about this crazy thing called Auto-Brewery Syndrome, in which people accidentally brew beer in their own stomachs.
Very proud to announce my novel, Fake Fruit Factory, will be coming out in the Fall of 2015. It will be published by one of the hottest names in the business, Curbside Splendor.
More News to follow.
Over at Esquire Magazine I had a chance to chat with novelist and bull runner, Bill Hillmann, about his experiences being gored in this year’s Running of the Bulls in Pamplona.
Read it here.