Written by Tom Davis, an original SNL writer and comedy partner of Al Franken, 39 Years of Short-Term Memory Loss is the story of coming of age in the 1960s and a spellbinding account of the birth and rise of one of television's most celebrated shows. Davis's memoir is filled with wry, candid anecdotes about his days at Saturday Night Live and his friendship with its stars. But it is also the story of Davis's own coming of age 0 escaping his conservative roots in suburban Minneapolis, traveling the world, and reveling in the hippie culture of 1960s San Francisco. The author finds the highs and lows of his own career to be a hilarious counterpoint to the meteoric rise of SNL and his friends' growing celebrity.
Hysterical, lucid, and wise, 39 Years of Short-Term Memory Loss is a free-spirited, unrepentant romp through an era of sex, drugs, and comedy.
©2009 Tom Davis; (P)2009 Tantor
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Tom Davis actually reading his own story! With the luck/joy of having known Tom it's a great way to keep him alive ... and doing what he did best ... make me laugh!
The way Tom tells his own story, mimicing others and laughing at himself ... just so fun to hear!
Thanks Tom ... This little peek into your life keeps you alive in mine!
"A truly brilliant comedic mind"
I'm a big comedy fan and a big SNL fan and I think Tom Davis has never gotten the exposure he should. I was very happy to finally get to know him a bit.
Tom, if you ever read this, please keep writing and performing. If anyone in the industry reads this, please hire Tom Davis and give him a platform to write and perform. The world needs more Tom Davis.
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