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From The Fridge To The Cracker Jack Box Staple Bound – January 1, 2007

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B073SGR953
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Burning Flower Press (January 1, 2007)
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Matt Nagin is an author and comedian who has published four books, acted in numerous film and TV projects, and performed standup in seven countries. Some career highlights include the 2019 publication of his humor book Do Not Feed The Clown by Tenth Street Press, the poem “If We Are Doomed” winning the 2018 Spirit First Editor’s Choice Award, and an appearance on the Amazon series Hunters in a scene with Al Pacino. Matt's fiction has been published in Across The Margin, The Binnacle, and Void Magazine, and a story will be anthologized this summer in Rabbit Hole: Weird Stories Volume 5. Matt's poem "Birds Singing In My Best," was published in the anthology New York's Best Emerging Poets 2019, and his work, gratefully, has often obtained strong reviews. (Kirkus Reviews, for instance, referred to Matt's first poetry book as "powerful verse from a writer of real talent.")

Other experiences Matt is grateful for include performing his one man show Woolly Mammoth Panic Attack at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival (a show so licentious it almost gave his mother a stroke), and creating the short film, Inside Job, which won several awards at festivals. As if all that was not enough, Matt has appeared on numerous game shows, podcasts, radio programs, performed standup on TV, created a rap video, hosted a film festival, and even was the first person to perform standup in English in Lisbon, Portugal. (The show went great, but that’s probably because Matt’s way funnier when misinterpreted.) Finally, Matt spent several years as a Talent and Show Coordinator for The Gotham Comedy Foundation, a charitable organization that brings comedians into hospitals and senior centers. More info at

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