Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Tangled Up in New York

Tangled Up in New York: Shakedown on the Streets is the inspirational, hilarious, and strange saga of a forty-eight year-old salesman who bagged his day job to hustle books on the streets. From Memorial Day through Halloween, Howard “Catfish Weiner hauled his Dylan/Dead memoirs from Battery Park to Yankee Stadium in search of an audience for his prose.  Along the way, Catfish becomes one with his oppressive environment, fusing with the strange brew of humanity stampeding along the steamy asphalt jungle. This is the quintessential and timeless tale of a New Yorker pressing on against all odds to manifest destiny, on his own terms. 

During his unprecedented 2012 book tour, Catfish meets up with Dylan's Never Ending Tour in Bethel Woods, Port Chester, and the Mohegan Sun. His tour also makes stops for Dylanfest at the Irving Plaza, and opening day for the Tempest Pop-Up-Shop in New York.
Take a look inside on Amazon... 


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