Kevin Cowherd was a humor columnist and feature writer for the Baltimore Sun. His columns, which have varied from three times a week to once a week to occasional, began in 1987, and were a featured attraction for the LA Times-Washington Post news service. His column appeared in large, small, and in-between circulation newspapers in every part of the U.S. and Canada.
Cowherd lives with his wife and three children in the Baltimore suburbs. In 1990, his humor columns took the top prize for commentary in a prestigious contest: the American Association of Sunday and Feature Editors’ Excellence in Feature Writing Awards.
Last Call at the 7-Eleven, an audiobook of Cowherd’s conversational essays/columns, offers a fresh, inventive comic voice discoursing on the travails of everyday life.
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Very Amusing and Fun Listen
Yes I would recommend this audiobook to anyone who is looking for a chuckle
These are humorous American newspaper columns that haven't dated at all
no, but I think that Gary Roelof read the columns in an entertaining manner
no it was a book to listen to when you want a chuckle you can listen to one column at a time or a few at a time
These columns are in the vein of the humorist Dave Barry. The columns contain amusing observations about daily life
- ms. angel