出版社（publisher）：Penguin Publishing Group
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A hilarious and honest new book in which John Hodgman, New York Times bestselling author of Vacationland, sets out to explore the strange work-land of being a somewhat famous person
After spending most of his twenties pursuing a career as a literary agent, John Hodgman decided to try his own hand at writing. Following an appearance to promote one of his books on The Daily Show, he was invited to return as a contributor, serving as the show's "Resident Expert" and "Deranged Millionaire." This led to an unexpected and, frankly, implausible career in front of the camera.
In these pages, Hodgman explores the strangeness of his career, speaking plainly of fame, especially at the weird, marginal level he has enjoyed—not only the surreal excitement of it, but also the drudgery of it, the emptiness of the status it conveys, and the hard moments of losing that status.
Through these stories you will learn many things, such as what it's like to be...