Also? I am sorry for almost ending Alison Brie’s career (and continued mobility) with hadoken.
IT’S A NEW SPEAKEASY WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS!
This time out I chat with the terrifically talented and charming Alison Brie about Mad Men, Community and being just a little baby!
THE DEAD AUTHORS PODCAST CHAPTER 17: Agatha Christie, featuring Jessica Chaffin.
My book “I Can Barely Take Care of Myself” is out today!! (April 16th!)
I think you will get some laughs. There’s stories about failed teenage love, failed early 20-something love, fights with my parents, bad stand-up comedy gigs, getting engaged, getting married, getting divorced, bad haircuts, anxiety disorders, the threat of nuclear war, not wanting to have a baby, not wanting to talk to strangers and explain why I don’t want to have a baby, pretending to be pregnant at a nail salon, my nana and next door neighbor who died alone, the horror of alcohol-free afternoon birthday parties for adults, getting bullied at school, feeling like an outsider in life….
This book is about what gets said to women who are almost 40 who don’t desire children but it’s a lot more than that.
I encourage you to support your local bookstore (even if it is Barnes and Noble) and buy the hardcover there this week. If not, you can purchase on Amazon or Barnes and Noble websites.
In fact, I made it easy - all info is here:
LONDON. ONE MORE CHANCE. Tonight and tomorrow are SOLD OUT.
Come see my final performance on Saturday!
The Soho Theatre (Downstairs)
Saturday, 13 April, 9:30 PM
LONDON: THE FINAL WEEK
You have but FOUR MORE chances to see me perform my performance! And the previous shows have all sold out!
Don’t let hubris make a Matthew Crawley out of you!
The Soho Theatre Downstairs
Tonight through Saturday, 9:30PM
SPEAKEASY WITH PAUL F. TOMPKINS HAS RETURNED!
Today! The absurdly prolific and unspeakably nice Rob Delaney. See me ask him questions without using the @ symbol! IMPOSSIBLE YOU SAY? WATCH AND SEE!
Oh, and maybe, if anyone thinks to do so in the future, someone could tell me that my TIE isn’t quite making it all the way up to my COLLAR once I am sitting in front of a CAMERA.