Tell It, Brother is a laugh-out-loud roller coaster ride of subjects dissected by Southern author Jeff Hollingshead.. As he often tells us, he doesn't always have an explanation for why or what something is, but he usually has a theory-lots of theories.
Hollingshead's essays range from the dangers of peeing on an electric fence to his take on the mysteries of Wall Street. On a more serious note, you may be motivated to prepare "The Sheet" to make your passing that much easier for the ones you love. The Bracket Theory will bring some long-needed clarity to your understanding of the opposite sex. He explains that politics in the South are all about God, gays, and guns, with the race factor receiving honorable mention. And look out for Hollingshead's scandalous unveiling of the real villains behind the evacuation problems that accompanied Hurricane Katrina. An investigation is sure to ensue.
Whether reviewing current events or contemplating the opposite sex, you'll enjoy the humor, opinions, and unusual insight contained in Tell It, Brother.