The star of Parks and Recreation and author of Paddle Your Own Canoe pays tribute to inspiring mischief makers, from George Washington to Willie Nelson, while expounding on such topics as religion, handcrafting and meat.
A retired NYPD lieutenant shares the most entertaining and engrossing true stories from his two decades on the beat, including when he mistook a dentist as an armed robbery suspect and a strange request made by the mother of a suspected criminal.
The popular correspondent for The Daily Show With Jon Stewart describes with humor his life growing up in England where he fought bullies and idolized the Fonz before moving to Tampa and becoming a Michael Jackson impersonator.
A comedian discusses his addiction to film between 1995 and 1999, a time during which he absorbed classics and new releases three days a week and applied what he learned in these films to acting, writing, comedy and relationships.
Francesco Marciuliano, author of the comic strip Sally Forth, gives voice to the thoughts and feelings of cats in this collection of poems attributed to felines.
A whimsical collection of text conversations in the styles of favorite literary characters imagines what Scarlett O'Hara might say to tempt Ashley away from Melanie, Mr. Rochester's passionate all-cap missives to Jane Eyre and Daisy Buchanan's orders while driving.
Eric Kaplan offers a humorous philosophical investigation into the existence of Santa, examining the theories of Ludwig Wittgenstein and Bertrand Russell, the wisdom of the major religions, and classic bits of comedy.