BILL SCHEFT is a 15-time Emmy nominated writer for David Letterman and the author of three novels: THE RINGER, 2006 Thurber Prize finalist TIME WON'T LET ME and EVERYTHING HURTS, which will be in stores April 7.
May 20 he will be appearing at the 92nd Street Y
In Conversation with Susie Essman as part of their "Funny People" series.
In EVERYTHING HURTS, self-proclaimed “self-help fraud” Phil Camp, who accidentally achieved international acclaim writing under the pseudonym Marty Fleck, tries to seek relief from his unexplained chronic pain through the aid of another self-help guru, Dr. Samuel Abrun. Publishers Weekly raves: “Scheft skewers physical and emotional pain with a mercilessly comic touch and a bit of poignancy.” And Pulitzer Prize-winning author Richard Russo marvels, “How rare it is for a novel to be both hilarious and profoundly moving.”