The Trial of the Wizard King is a book with incredible worldbuilding, characters with complex and relatable with real-world anxieties and struggles, and various religions and histories that make you want to know more. A slow burn to start, but once it gets going this book is very hard to put down.
Releasing on September 15th, “Constant Comedy: How I Started Comedy Central and Lost my Sense of Humor” is Art’s memoir exploring Comedy Central’s unlikely creation, the early days, and how it became a staple in the television pantheon. We were lucky enough to sit down with Art and chat about the early days of Comedy Central, what makes a good pitch, and the value of classic comedy.
Someone to Watch Over has all the makings of a perfect summer read: homecomings, roads trips, light family drama. But where is the heat?