From the Back Cover
Not everyone can be corrupt; it takes a magical combination of opportunity, moral turpitude and having something to sell: wealth, power, sex. (Got the set? Score!) Or, in lieu of those admirable attributes, a willingness to give up all moral standards and betray anyone who trusts you. Does this sound like you? Then welcome to "A Beginner's Guide To Corruption"!
And remember, "A Beginner's Guide To Corruption" by David Misch has been called "The funniest book ever written about corruption" by corruption expert David Misch!
About the Author
David wrote “Funny: The Book” (Applause) and his writing has been included in “May Contain Nuts” (Harper-perennial) and “Faith: Believers, Agnostics, and Atheists Confront the Big Questions” (Simon & Schuster); he also blogs for The Huffington Post. David’s taught comedy at USC, musical satire at UCLA, and lectured at Yale, Columbia, Oxford, the Smithsonian Institute, University of Sydney (Australia), the Actors Studio, American Film Institute, the Grammy Museum, Second City (Los Angeles), the Burbank and North Carolina Comedy Festivals, Ojai and Austin Film Festivals, Lucasfilm, and the VIEW Cinema Conference (Torino, Italy). More at davidmisch.com.