Jamie Brickhouse is the author of the critically acclaimed Dangerous When Wet: A Memoir of Booze, Sex, and My Mother (St. Martin’s Press, 2015), which was an Amazon “Best Book of May 2015,” a Book Chase “2015 Nonfiction Top 10,” and it’s “Required Reading” in Mary Karr’s The Art of Memoir. It was critically-acclaimed by publications such as the Washington Post, Vanity Fair, Entertainment Weekly, and Out. His essays and articles have been published multiple times in the New York Times, as well as the International Herald Tribune, Washington Post, Daily Beast, Salon, and Huffington Post. A comedic storyteller, Brickhouse is also a four-time Moth StorySLAM champ, has recorded voices on Beavis and Butthead, appeared on PBS-TV’s Stories from the Stage, and is the writer and performer of an award-winning solo show based on Dangerous When Wet, as well as the award-winning solo show I Favor My Daddy, based on the forthcoming memoir about his father Earl. He grew up in Beaumont, Texas, graduated from Trinity University and lives with his common-law husband Michael in New York City. You can find Brickhouse on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube @jamiebrickhouse, or www.jamiebrickhouse.com.