Folks! My show at the Park Theatre in Winnipeg has SOLD OUT - so another show was added.
Get tickets here and now!
Goddamn it you people are making me work twice as hard.
Folks! These two studs are performing as part of the Lipshtick Comedy Series at the Sands Showroom at the Venetian Hotel in Vegas. We start TONIGHT! Friday Sept 12th (10pm) and another show Saturday Sept 13th (7:30pm)
You can get a special two for one ticket if you buy now!
Use code TW241
Amazing. Big ups Euge…..
I hate to say it but boobs ruin so many fucking outfits. As a woman, there’s sometimes when you just want that clean, flat line when you have a nice, crisp shirt on.
there are two kinds of people: those who love jen kirkman, and those who have never heard of her.
Take it from Jen Kirkman - there are many who have heard of her and don’t love her. I get the emails. :) xoxo
Another great review for my podcast!
Yeah, but more than that she’s boring and self-serving. Her podcast is nothing but selling tickets and self centered babble. I just unsubscribed and unliked her, so this is my last communication having anything to do with her. I subscribed because I felt sorry for her. I still do. - Joe Van Gleason
The best night of my life and I’m not being dramatic was doing the “Joan and Jen Show” at Largo in Los Angeles in June.
Backstage before she went on she took her gum out of her mouth and stuck it to the wall and said, “As Ethel Merman said ‘if they could do what we do they wouldn’t be in the seats’” I asked Joan if she was feeling that way and she said, “No. I believe it for her. For me? I still get nervous every time.” And she took a deep breath and tilted her head and said, “Well, it’s time.”
I am proud to be taking part in this year’s Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday September 21st, 2014 at 1pm.
St. Francis Mcardle 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn NY
I’ll be on a panel (with a book signing after) called Swimming Against the Mainstream:
Rebecca Mead (One Perfect Day: The Selling of the American Wedding), Jen Kirkman (I Can Barely Take Care of Myself: Tales From a Happy Life Without Kids), and Tanya Selvaratnam (The Big Lie: Motherhood, Feminism, and the Reality of the Biological Clock) discuss the expectations of our culture and whether you should or shouldn’t try to buck them, and what happen when you do.
Following the discussion there will be a book signing.
Hope to see you there!