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written by Stephen Colbert, Paul Dinello, and Amy Sedaris photographs by Todd Oldham. Wigfield (officially known as "Proposed Super Fund Site 554") is an ephemeral hodgepodge of shanties, porno shops, strip clubs, and used auto parts yards. When a state politician, Representative William J. Farber, proposes the demolition of the Senator Alfonse T. Bulkwaller Memorial Dam (constructed in 1931), Wigfield is faced with destruction. The dam is located just up Fresh Springs Creek from this sleepy little, glow-in-the-dark, Podunk burg and it's the only thing keeping Wigfield from becoming a part of the creek.
Fantastic, little known book from Amy Sedaris, Stephen Colbert, and Paul Dinello. If you’re a fan of any of their work (Strangers with Candy, Exit 57, Colbert Report), you’ll love this. It’s read by all three of the authors, all of whom do several different voices. It was not intended to be descriptive of the word "book" but is rather a recorded spoken program in its own right and not necessarily an audio version of a book.
by Sedaris, Amy; Dinello, Paul; Colbert, Stephen, 1964-. Publication date 2003. Topics City and town life, Journalists. Publisher New York : Hyperion. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Gutierres on September 27, 2011.
AMY SEDARIS, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert met at Chicago's Second City and have been collaborators ever since. They have developed two separate series for Comedy Central: "Exit 57" and "Strangers with Candy". In addition to TV work, Dinello and Colbert are successful screenwriters. Amy Sedaris, PAUL DINELLO, and Stephen Colbert met at Chicago's Second City and have been collaborators ever since. They have developed two separate series for Comedy Central: "Exit 57" and "Strangers with Candy"
Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert met at Chicago's Second City and have been collaborators ever since. They have developed two separate series for Comedy Central: Exit 57 and Comedy Central's first live action series, Strangers with Candy. Amy Sedaris is one half of the "Talent Family" the other half is David Sedaris and together they have collaborated on eight plays, including the Obie Award-winning One Woman Shoe
The color of the prose is unsurprising, given the book's real authors: The Daily Show's Stephen Colbert and his former Exit 57/Strangers With Candy cohorts Paul Dinello and Amy Sedaris. To a degree, they feed each other's worst instincts. Wigfield has a self-satisfied, lazy air, as Hokes' anxiety about finishing the assignment (which leads to him writing long passages packed with synonyms) bleeds into the actual authors' weaknesses
Wigfield: The Can Do Town That Just May Not is a satirical novel by comedians Amy Sedaris, Paul Dinello, and Stephen Colbert, three of the four creators of the Comedy Central show Strangers with Candy. It was first published on May 7, 2003 by Hyperion Books. The book tells the story of a small town threatened by the impending destruction of a massive dam. The narrative is presented as a series of fictional interviews with the town's residents, with photos by American fashion designer Todd Oldham.
Another unusual find at my local library. I had read another book by Amy Sedaris and thought I would just see what else came up under her name and I found this little gem. Written by Amy Stephen Colbert and Paul Dinello is the story of a, "Can-Do Town That Just May Not". He breaks down near Wigfield and decides this Another unusual find at my local library.