I’m thinking about giving up my identity as a “book guy.” (This doesn’t mean that I’m giving up on reading per se; it’s simply that I’m considering no longer inserting that particular pastime into my outward facing persona.) And not because “book guy” has somehow become any less gratifying a façade—if anything, my affection for… [Read More]
Tim Eberle is a Brooklyn, New York based writer and comedian. His writing has appeared in McSweeney's, Splitsider, DNA Info, the Santa Fe Literary Review, Pembroke Magazine, Heeb Magazine, Jewish Life Television, The Manifest Station, and in other publications. Most recently, he was seen performing at NYC's People's Improv Theater in the solo performance piece "I Am Not a Man" (a sad show which he wrote alone), and in the review "Sad Men and the People Who Love Them" at Theater 99 in Charleston, South Carolina. He is a graduate of the improvisation training programs at the Upright Citizen's Brigade and Magnet Theaters, and has performed in sketch reviews throughout the United States and Canada. He has worked as an adjunct professor of theater at Fairfield University, and has led workshops at Fairfield and Marymount Manhattan College.