"New York is a hard place to visit, but a pretty good place to live," says Garrison Keillor, and on this humorous and insightful audio collection he explains why.
The recording comprises 10 monologues from the author's show, Garrison Keillor's American Radio Company, in which he reflects on New York City life through the eyes of a transplanted Minnesotan. These stories are amount Keillor's very best work, including "Thoreau," "Monthly Meeting of the Loon Club," and "No Radio."
Garrison Keillor, humorist and best-selling author, has hosted A Prairie Home Companion for more than 30 years. Each week, he brings listeners along on amiable visits to his mythical hometown, Lake Wobegon. A member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, he lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Publisher: HighBridge Company
Unabridged, 1.25 hours