April 09, 2006

Total Quality Aggregation

People who find it tiresome when a guy aggregates stuff about his book and posts it on his blog are probably not going to be too happy with Dr. Frank's What's-It for the next couple of weeks. I'm afraid it can't be helped. I never had a book before, you know?

So, here's some more aggregation, with apologies to those mentioned above:

(a) If you were wondering what would happen if Chuck Prophet were to interview me for a popular on-line magazine, you'll find the answer here.


"King Dork" will appeal to adults, too, and not only those who like to read "Gravity's Rainbow" while listening to Sabbath and being flogged.
--Jan Richman in SF Gate's "epicks," referring to that VOYA review.

(c) Here's Jim Testa's review of King Dork for Jersey Beat. Jim also plays the song and says some nice things about the book on the first ever Jersey Beat podcast.

(d) Clive Davis likes the glossary, and illustrates his post with one of the coolest photos I have seen in quite awhile:


I have totally been there.

Posted by Dr. Frank at April 9, 2006 05:47 PM | TrackBack

Hey, the interview ROCKS. Where's the pics of you and he and I'm gonna need an extensive bio...

Posted by: Miss B at April 9, 2006 08:19 PM

So, I got my copy of the book. I don't think I've ever laughed so hard at paper. Dr. Frank, I'm proud of you.

Posted by: Corey at April 10, 2006 02:42 AM

Hey, the book came in early. I got it yesterday, so I'll be starting to read today, I hope, it's been a very busy day.

Posted by: Zaphod at April 10, 2006 04:17 PM