Wednesday, October 20, 2010


Her earlier books had posed almost no difficulty in the writing stage; "Pole-axed: A User's Guide to Mother-in-Laws" she had written while on a drinking binge with an old flame in an unheated cabin in the Adirondacks, and had shot to the top of the New York Times bestseller list and stayed there for three glorious months, thankfully after the divorce so the earnings were not calculated in the settlement she received from her ex.
Her follow-up book, "From Capitalist Pigs to Pulled Pork: A Guide to the Politics and Barbecues of Dixie", had its film rights auctioned off before the first printing had appeared, and had been hailed as the "best Southern guidebook on the marker" (Wall Street Journal) and "a bracing introduction to the ways of the works" (New Orleans Picayune).

current studio work in the New York Times!!!

oh, it's cold. too cold.