I Hope There’s Pie, by Tony Endelman
Tony Endelman is not a rockstar, an athlete, an actor, or a hero of any kind. He’s a twenty-something guy, living in the Midwest, stumbling through life like many of us do and hoping to learn something along the way. I Hope There’s Pie is a collection of eleven personal essays in which Endelman recounts experiences with family, friendship, depression, failure, work, sex, and drugs – and does so with such affecting honesty and utter hilarity that, by the last page, it’s impossible not to feel like you’ve been hanging out with him for years. With a knack for turning the seemingly mundane into the vastly amusing, Tony Endelman just might be one of the next great comedic voices.
8 x 5, 134 pages