In my lengthy interview with the comedian, he puts a little gratitude in his attitude.
Yeah, we good.
How much would you pay to watch Gilbert Gottfried, Artie Lange, Jim Norton, Sarah Silverman and Marc Maron roast Anthony Bourdain? $400? What if I told you it went to a good cause: Namely, the Food Bank for New York City and Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign.
It’s happening in October as part of the New York City Wine & Food Festival.
I learned (or relearned) an ironic lesson today listening to Marc Maron on Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist podcast.
You’ll learn a lot about podcasting, hear some fun stories about old-school radio, and more!
Want to know what a day in the life of Marc Maron looks like? Hulu and Morgan Spurlock have made that happen for you.
With guest appearances by Mindy Kaling, The Comedy Store, and Maron’s cats.
I wrote about the WTF with Marc Maron podcast for GQ’s comedy issue in July. It ended up as an iPad-only bonus and I’ve had the PDF forever but am just now remembering to share it with you guys. I was so thankful to have the opportunity to write this (what up, master editress Lauren Bans!) and even more so to be able to hand a printout of the piece to Maron in person at his last Bell House gig in Brooklyn. Marc more openly gracious than I had any right to expect.
Hope you dig the piece. Maybe clicking it will make it bigger/more readable? [Edit: No, it won’t. Boo.]
Awesome work from Zach. Read it. Now.