Calvin Trillin: 'Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin'
Calvin Trillin once wrote: "The average shelf life of a book is somewhere between milk and yogurt. Books by Dan Brown or Danielle Steel may have a longer shelf life, but they contain preservatives." The irony, of course, is that for decades, Trillin's books have assumed an indelible place in the hearts of American readersand no yogurt lasts that long. Known for his bestselling tribute to his wife, About Alice; his stinging satires pillorying American politicians (the hilariously poetic Deciding the Next Decider); and novels such as Tepper Isn't Going Out, Trillin has forged a collection distilled from a lifetime of highlights in his new book Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin: Forty Years of His Funny Stuffall chosen and organized by Trillin himself. Presented by Town Hall, with Elliott Bay Book Company.
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