Fear of Frying and Other Fax Of Life

Josh Freed

Awards: 1995 Winner of the Stephen Leacock Award for Humour

Josh Freed's hilarious view of the 90s pokes fun at fat cats, bureaucrats, sign laws, snowstorms, second—hand steak fumes, quiet Canadians, noisy Americans, and other fax of Canadian life. 60 weeks on the Montreal Gazette Bestseller List! 4th printing! "Freed is a worthy Leacock laureate." - Globe & Mail Editor's Choice Toronto Star "Let's declare [Freed] a national monument." - Montreal Gazette

Humour 1998

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"Freed is a worthy Leacock laureate." -Globe & Mail

"Let's declare [Freed] a national monument." -Montreal Gazette

Josh Freed is an award-winning film-maker, writer and journalist who works in every medium but the hammer and chisel. In 2003, he was named Canada's best newspaper columnist for his weekly column in the Montreal Gazette: the second time in six years he ha

Other books by Josh Freed:
Sign Language and Other Tales of Montreal Wildlife
Press 1 and Pray: Letters From Voice Jail
Moonwebs: Journey into the Mind of a Cult
He Who Laughs, Lasts
Freed
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160 pp 9" x 6"
ISBN13: 9781550650570

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