Author of Walking Tall: A Memoir About the Upside of Small and Other Stuff. Actor, design maven, and bon vivant—who just happens to be four feet tall.
@LynetteBenton Congratulations on the final rewrites. I massaged John's existing cover for "The Exiled Element."
Check out the timestamps on tweets from @nytimes and @NYCMayorsOffice. Looks like IT'S ON, NYC.
@TPorter2 @tomcolicchio Stitch image attached.
@tddwlsn HB TW.
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When I was five years old, I loathed my eyeglasses. Now, decades later, I'm trying to bring about a '60s redux.
@CherylStrayed Did I miss you birthday? Thank goodness for late night tweets. HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CHERYL!
@30RockTree Nice portrait!
@grobie Interesting. This is what I get in TweetDeck. I'll try Twitter.com.
[Earlier today at a Sbucks] HIM: Are you Clay Rivers? ME: No, I'm Clay Rivers. HIM: Yes, I saw you on TV Tuesday!
Every story has a happy ending, but this isn't it. Yet.
The Pitch: it's Bob Newhart meets Doogie Howser!
Yes, it's the story of a gay man, but it's no fairy tale.
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What comes after "I love this town!" and before learning the true nature of karma?
For creatives everywhere who suffer for their craft:
Obvious depends on your point of view.
WALING TALL Holy West Wing, Bat Man!
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