Saturday, July 29, 2006

Special Essay - 2006: A Second-Quarter Scorecard from Barry Crimmins

Tivo-less, and trying to catch up on his summer reading, author and satirist Barry Crimmins covers the Congress, the Bush Administration and other madmen, et all with his Second-Quarter scorecard essay, “What Smell?” that appears in this week’s edition of The Boston Phoenix

Crimmins was the founder of The Ding Ho, the legendary comedy club in Inman Square, Cambridge,MA, and former writer for Air America Radio’s Randi Rhodes Show

Last October, Crimmins appeared with Kurt Vonnegut, Paul Krassner, Art Buchwald, Lewis Lapham and Sarah Jones for an evening of “Political Satire In America”, that was broadcast by CSPAN

In 2004, Seven Stores Press published Barry's first book, "Never Shake Hands with a War Criminal" and Barry's writing appears frequently in 'The Boston Phoenix' and the 'Cleveland Plain-Dealer'.

Click Here to read “What Smell?”

Click Here to purchase Crimmins’ new iPod-ready recording, “Blues In The Key of W”

Visit Barry Crimmins Website

Click Here to purchase Crimmins’ book, "Never Shake Hands With A War Criminal" and Visit Seven Stories Press

Other Barry Crimmins Essays

Schmucks Unlimited: A First-Quarter Scorecard from Barry Crimmins

Barry Crimmins 2005 Year-In-Review: "The Bonfire of the Inanities; Seriously, could it get any worse"

Crimmins from Camp Casey: “Home On The Range”

On The Garlic

Crimmins Knocks One Out Of The Park With New Recording

Special Announcement - Political Satire in America: Barry Crimmins with Kurt Vonnegut, Paul Krassner, Art Buchwald, Lewis Lapham, Sarah Jones

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