David Koechner is an actor and comedian. He is best known for his work in Anchorman and Anchorman 2.
Elkins darkly comic novel of the afterlifethe story of one mans redemptive journey to hell and back When he is killed during a holdup at his Minneapolis liquor store, Ellerbees bad luck is only beginning. After a short stint in heaven, Ellerbee is banished to hell, abruptly and without explanation. What follows is a surreal and memorable adventure that brings Ellerbee face-to-face not only with his murderers accomplice, but also with God, Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and a host of others, all in his quest for salvation unlike any other. Moving and witty, The Living End is a hilarious send-up of afterlife cliches and a masterful exploration of the absurdities of human existence. This ebook features rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the authors estate and from the Stanley Elkin archives at Washington University in St. Louis.
Elkins . . . besta funny, melancholy, frightening, scabrous, absolutely American compendium that may turn out to be our classic about radio. The New York Times Book Review Since childhood, Dick Gibson has longed for a successful radio career to make him a household name. Seeking to hone his craft, Dick travels from stations in Nebraska and New Jersey to the Armed Forces Radio in the Pacific Theater during the Second World War, interviewing crooks, con artists, and hypnotists along the way. His show ignites the imaginations of all who listen to ituntil one fateful night when a studio guests irresistible influence on Dick and all those listening to him will change their lives forever. Spirited and compelling, The Dick Gibson Show is a laugh-out-loud journey through the world of talk radio and a compulsively readable account of one mans descent into the dark echo chamber of American media. This ebook features rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the authors estate and from the Stanley Elkin archives at Washington University in St. Louis.