The How I Learned Series features writers, storytellers, comedians, and other raconteurs holding forth on a different theme. It all happens every last Wednesday of the month, and sometimes more than that, which basically means you will have the best night of your life on those nights, repeatedly.



Dear World Wide Online Universe...

Here are some PRESS THINGS I wanted to make a page about. Thank you, L Magazine, The Ticker, Flavorpill, and, of course, Time Out New York! There's more, but I don't want to brag because it's rude. I think if you click on the photos below, and then zoom in, you should be able to embiggen the shit out of them. 

Here's a nice write-up in Electric Literature about How I Learned It's Not Me, It's You (Or Maybe It's Me)!

And...

L Magazine with HIL alum and The Rejection Show's Jon Friedman!

Today the Baruch College newspaper, tomorrow another college newspaper.


TONY's blog's last-minute plan. Craig Baldo is pictured.

How I Learned on La Flavorpill

Thank you, Time Out, for liking me, for really liking me. Or, I guess, my show.

Also these:

"The Getting of Wisdom is a more or less eternal narrative structure, hence this monthly reading series, at which writers and comedians hold forth on aspects of their respective bildungen." - L Magazine

"The stories were captivating, the audience responsive, the air positively tingling.  I hadn’t had this much fun in – or at – a story event in ages. " - Tracy Rowland, The Liar Show

"An evening of pure genius from start to finish." - Sibyl Kempson, The Secret Death of Puppets

"I just felt really inspired this fall after performing on your show and then doing my one-woman-show and being so open and pathetically honest. It feels good!" - Brooke Van Poppelen, Rock Bottom Stories

"It's laugh therapy!" - Nice woman standing outside at one of the readings, waiting to get in, and her high heels were killing her

"Your show is good." - Mr. Dave Hill, davehillonline.com