Roy Blount Jr.|
Roy Blount Jr.
The author's official Web site, with a bio, reviews, appearance listings, and more.
Blount's writing has appeared in numerous publications, including The New
Yorker, Playboy, Vanity Fair, GQ, Rolling
Stone, and National Geographic. His work has also been anthologized
in such collections as The Best of Modern Humor, The Elvis
Reader, The Ultimate Baseball Book, and The Sophisticated
Cat. He is the author of seventeen books, including Crackers (1982), About Three Bricks Shy
of a Load (1986), Soupsongs & Webster's Ark (1988), Camels
Are Easy, Comedy's Hard (1991), First Hubby (1991), Roy Blount's Book of Southern Humor (1994), which contains
overs 150 short stories, sketches, essays, poems, memoirs, and lyrics, Be Sweet: A Memoir (1998), Robert E. Lee (2003), and several books cowritten with Valerie Shaff. Blount
currently lives in western Massachusetts and New York City. For a more comprehensive biography see Blount's official Web site.
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