First I was a child and stuff.
I moved to New York in 2000 and I have a whole personal experience story about where I was on 9/11 and how it affected ME, but I won’t bother you with it, so you’re welcome. I left New York in 2002 to pursue my goals of breaking up with an ex-girlfriend and living in my parents’ basement while temping at the hospital in the middle of the fucking winter where I had to walk ¾ of a mile through the snow to get to a bus at 7AM every morning. SUCCESS!
I moved back to New York in 2006 and started blogging for a living, if you can really call it that, and also performing comedy sometimes. It’s pretty neat. This city has exactly one million stories in it, and that is one of them. Do you wish the story was longer? Do you want me to tell it again?
Oh, I also make dream catchers out of human hair. Please visit my online store* to buy yours now!
- Detroit and The Kid: a Novel
- This American Life
- Huffington Post
- The Unethicist
- Interview: Michigan Daily
- Interview: Boston Phoenix
- Interview: CBC
- FOX News
- Detroit and The Kid in the New York Observer
- The Onion: The Hatecast
- How Was Your Week with Julie Klausner
- Mr. Coconuts in the Brooklyn Paper
- Birdie in the New York Post
- Birdie on New York magazine’s Approval Matrix
If you would like to put me on your board game movie reboot or have me write something for the President of Showbiz, please get in touch with my manager, Molly Mandel: MMandel@mosaicla.com.
If you would like to put me on your comedy show or have me write something for your family newsletter, please just get in touch with me at firstname.lastname@example.org.