So I’ve done this with other books, but it’s been a while and “The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson,” is dropping next week. Soooo … basically, I’m gonna post some Bo Jackson trivia here. E-mail your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org. The people with the most correct
So I’ve never aspired to be famous, because fame seems to truly suck. But—one thing that doesn’t suck about fame is you 100% know people will turn out for your book signings. That’s why people like Oprah and Will Smith can do a 40-book tour and sell thousands upon thousands
I received the heartbreaking news today that Josh Putterman has passed away. Unless you were a reader of The Review (the University of Delaware’s student newspaper) back in the late-1980s/early-1990s, or one who has a particular interest in New Jersey-based copy editors/page designers, it’s unlikely Josh’s name rings a bell.
As I type this I’m sitting inside a tiny cafe in Fort Stockton, Texas. The name of the place is Glitzy’s Brew Coffee Shop. It’s the best (and only) java joint in town, and it’s as quaint as can be: T-shirts for sale, country music playing from a nearby speaker,
In case you haven’t noticed, I’ve finally undergone a jeffpearlman.com revamping. Why? Multiple reasons. First, because it was time. Second, because a few years ago I made the awful mistake of hiring a designer who butchered everything and killed my dreams. Third, because I have a book coming out later
So I’ve recently had a bunch of people from my old dwelling of Putnam County, N.Y. urge me to return to the topic of Tatiana Ibrahim, the bonkers Carmel resident leading the charge against Critical Race Theory, and liberals, and books, and Chips re-runs, and any educational element that she