For 25 years, Dave Barry’s side-splitting column appeared in more than 500 newspapers worldwide.
Well-known for his former internationally syndicated column, Dave Barry discusses (read: “pokes merciless fun at”) various major issues, including the international economy, the future of democracy, society and exploding bathroom fixtures. Barry has won the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary – and immediately demanded a recount. A prolific writer, Barry has written a number of other short but harmful books which have been hailed by the critics as containing a tremendous amount of white space. His recent books include I’ll Mature When I’m Dead: Dave Barry’s Amazing Tales of Adulthood, Boogers Are My Beat: More Lies But Some Actual Journalism, which he had hoped to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, Peter and the Starcatchers, a book that is a prequel to Peter Pan and has been compared to the popular Harry Potter series and Dave Barry’s Money Secrets.