A Brief History Of Oversharing

by Shawn Hitchins
A Brief History Of Oversharing
  • ISBN-13: 9781773050584
  • Author(s): Shawn Hitchins
  • Subject: Humour
  • Publisher: Ecw Press
  • Imprint: Ecw Press Digital
  • Publication Date: 05-10-2017
  • Format: Electronic book text

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'<p><b>Musings from a one-man flash mob (<i>Toronto Star</i>)</b></p> <p>Comedian Shawn Hitchins explores his irreverent nature in this debut collection of essays. Hitchins doesn t shy away from his failures or celebrate his mild successes he sacrifices them for an audience s amusement. He roasts his younger self, the effeminate ginger-haired kid with a competitive streak. The ups and downs of being a sperm donor to a lesbian couple. Then the fiery redhead professes his love for actress Shelley Long, declares his hatred of musical theatre, and recounts a summer spent in Provincetown working as a drag queen.</p> <p>Nothing is sacred. His first major break-up, how his mother plotted the murder of the family cat, his difficult relationship with his father, becoming an unintentional spokesperson for all redheads, and <del>mandy moore</del> many more.</p> <p>Blunt, awkward, emotional, ribald, this anthology of humiliation culminates in a greater understanding of love, work, and family.
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'<p><b>Musings from a one-man flash mob (<i>Toronto Star</i>)</b></p> <p>Comedian Shawn Hitchins explores his irreverent nature in this debut collection of essays. Hitchins doesn t shy away from his failures or celebrate his mild successes he sacrifices them for an audience s amusement. He roasts his younger self, the effeminate ginger-haired kid with a competitive streak. The ups and downs of being a sperm donor to a lesbian couple. Then the fiery redhead professes his love for actress Shelley Long, declares his hatred of musical theatre, and recounts a summer spent in Provincetown working as a drag queen.</p> <p>Nothing is sacred. His first major break-up, how his mother plotted the murder of the family cat, his difficult relationship with his father, becoming an unintentional spokesperson for all redheads, and <del>mandy moore</del> many more.</p> <p>Blunt, awkward, emotional, ribald, this anthology of humiliation culminates in a greater understanding of love, work, and family.

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