National radio host Mike Feder's collection of stories span several pivotal years in the 1980s. His wit and depth reach out to a broader audience to entertain and engage.
Also by Feder:
Praise for The Talking Cure:
�Feder's new book shoehorns the stream-of-experience confessional into the lyrical novel form pioneered by Henry Miller.�
Praise for New York Son:
�Reading these monologues/stories by Mike Feder is like being stuck between stations on the subway with an insane--and possibly dangerous--individual who turns out to be not only funny, likable, and intelligent, but eager to turn himself inside-out for your entertainment.�
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||247 KB|
About the Author
Mike has been a welfare worker and a probation officer, manager of a non-commercial radio station, paralegal, book abridger and editor. He owned and managed a used, old and rare bookstore in Park Slope, Brooklyn.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Good selection of monologues and short stories which are funny, humorous, off the wall and different from the norm If you need cheering up or have had a hard day at work then this is the books for you, its very comical, amusing and very wacky.