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Elliot Tiber has written and produced numerous award-winning plays and musical comedies. As a professor of comedy writing and performance, he has taught at the New School University and Hunter College in Manhattan. His first novel, Rue Haute, was a bestseller in Europe, and was published in the US under the title High Street . He is also the best-selling author of Taking Woodstock and the forthcoming After Woodstock, as well as a highly sought-out lecturer.
Enjoyable, fun, quick read.
Tiber is a superb writer; the account of his life is so well written that even what should have been the boring parts are rendered interesting.
Palm Trees on the Hudson is Elliot Tiber's beautifully crafted story about how he came to himself in the most interesting of times.
A lot of people will relate to Elliot's story of rising above family expectations to find the true meaning of life.Published 21 days ago by Sandra D. Perry
I adored this book! The book description on Amazon doesn't do it justice, it's so much more crazy, funny & is wrought with more emotion than what's it's depicted as, in the short... Read morePublished 18 months ago by N. Decarlo
I thought it was an easy read and found it to be entertaining. Of course I got it for the kindle when it was a free book. If I had to pay anything over $1. Read morePublished on March 14, 2012 by jom
Palm Trees on the Hudson is a wonderful memoir that chronicles events in the life of Elliot Tiber up until Taking Woodstock. Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by Harriet Klausner
I was lucky enough to happen upon this book for free. Humorous, beautifully written. What a find. Immediately bought Taking Woodstock, which is equally enjoyable. Read morePublished on December 11, 2011 by m.massaro
Palm Trees on the Hudson was a lovely book. I got this book free (Now almost $15) from Amazon, left it sitting on my Kindle for a few months and finally read it this summer. Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by rachaelonia
What can I say? I loved this book! Eliot Tiber has such a wonderful, descriptive writing style and is able to infuse humor into nearly everything he writes, but can also be... Read morePublished on September 13, 2011 by SLBoston
Unfortunately the title is misleading, the author only met Judy Garland briefly, the author is delusional. I found him unsympathetic and boring.Published on September 2, 2011 by SavingsQueen
I very much enjoyed this book. It left me wanting more. I love meeting and talking with interesting people. Read morePublished on August 5, 2011 by Amazon Customer