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Eulogy for Milo

  May brought the first summer day in 2010, when it’s so hot you sweat just breathing, and the streets shimmer in protest. As we were broiling in the car struggling in the parking lot that was Rt. 3E just outside the Lincoln Tunnel, I was overcome with the hubris of we humans, chanting like […]

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My Interview with Violet Blue, Sex Brain Extraordinaire on Being an Industrial Sex Technician

I was just going through my back pages on my website, I found this very cool link to an interview. I’m not sure if I posted this here yet, but this is by Violet Blue. I shared a bed with her and San Francisco during Lit Quake. As part of a night of erotica at […]

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Vatican Announces Video Series: Priests Gone Wild!!!

The Vatican Video Series

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Kind Words from Valley Haggard of the James River Writers

Valley Haggard, who produces live events for the James River Writers sent me this lovely message in regards to a panel I was on the cheaper together in Richmond Virginia.  This is one of the things I love about being a writer, getting to participate it amazing conversations with brilliant, insightful, passionate, dedicated articulate artists. […]

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“I Hate Fags, but I Love Sucking D*ck, and I’m Real Sorry” – Sen. Roy Ashburn

“I can’t help myself, I crave men meat, and I crave lots of it, all the time.  But I’m a Christian, I love Jesus, I hate Satan, so I think queers, fags, dykes, and all other perverts are agents of the devil and should be destroyed.  And as sweet baby Jesus is my witness, I’m […]

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NY Times Book Review: Hos, Hookers, Call Girls and Rent Boys

Hos, Hookers, Call Girls and Rent Boys featured on the cover of the Sunday New York Times Book Review.  Written by Toni Bentley. To buy the book click here. “An eye-opening, occasionally astonishing, brutally honest and frequently funny collection from those who really have lived on the edge in a parallel universe…unpretentious and riveting — […]

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Bert & Ernie come out in favor of gay marriage

Bert and Ernie, legendary lovable Sesame Street icons, are in favor of same-sex marriage, sources close to them recently revealed. This hot button topic that has caused raging and flaming controversy all over the United States for years is still dominating headlines. On February 18, 2010, the Archdiocese of Washington announced that they are doing […]

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NPR Commentary: MELTING DOWN AT IKEA

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Music Playlist for Hos Hookers Call Girls & Rent Boys on Largehearted Boy

Sex worker songs i listened to writing Hos Hookers http://www.largeheartedboy.com/blog/archive/2009/11/book_notes_davi_11.html  

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NY Times raves on Hos, Hookers

New York Times review has hit the streets for Hos, Hookers, Call Girls & Rent Boys: Professionals Writing on Life, Love, Money & Sex, I am ecstatic about this truly min boggling turn of events and want to thank the amazing contributors and everyone who helped w/ special shout out to my boy RJ Martin […]

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Ho’s Hookers, Call Girls & Rent Boys: Professionals Writing on Life, Love, Money & Sex

HO’S, HOOKERS, CALL GIRLS & RENT BOYS: PROFESSIONALS WRITING ON LIFE, LOVE, MONEY & SEX AVAILABLE ONLINE & AT YOUR LOCAL BOOKSTORE The miracle is manifest.  The anthology has hit the streets.  Half a decade in the making, this love’s labor, the product of so much blood, sweat, tears and other assorted body fluids, has […]

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Huffington Post: LeBorn Is Le Punk

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/david-henry-sterry/lebron-lepunk-james-gets_b_230321.html

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Nude Men & Murder 2: America, Whatta Country!

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America Doesn’t Suck After All: Confederation Cup 2009, South Africa

Hear that faint distant humming sound, like a billion buzzing bees? That’s the sound of millions of soccer fanatics ratcheting their vuvuzela noisemakers as they gear up for what is predicted to be biggest sporting event on the planet: World Cup 2010 in South Africa. For the uninitiated, it’s like the Stanley Cup, NBA championship, […]

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Derek Zoolander: “I Hate British Singing Sensation Susan Boyle!”

Derek Zoolander: “I Hate British Singing Sensation Susan Boyle!”   British singing sensation Susan Boyle, an unemployed cat owner, has become, as a result of a mere five minutes of singing, an inspiration to millions of people all over the globe, a symbol that anyone with true, genuine talent can have their lifelong dream come […]

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Mexican Drug Lord Officially Thanks American Lawmakers for Keeping Drugs Illegal

Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman Loera reported head of the Sinaloa cartel in Mexico, ranked 701st on Forbes’ yearly report of the wealthiest men alive, and worth an estimated $1 billion, today officially thanked United States politicians for making sure that drugs remain illegal. According to one of his closest confidants, he said, “I couldn’t have […]

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Melting Down in Ikea featured in the Nth word

http://www.nthword.com/melt.php

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Show Your Love for Michael Phelps

Show Your Love for Michael Phelps In response to a picture of Michael Phelps taken by a British tabloid photographer, Kelloggs recently announced that they are dumping the greatest Olympic performer in the history of the United States. “Michael’s behavior is not consistent with the image of Kellogg’s,” said a spokesman for Kellogg’s. Wake up […]

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Poor People Happier Than Rich People for the First Time in History

One unexpected benefit of the worst economic depression in a century is that for the first time in history, poor people are happier than rich people. Experts claim this is because the lifestyle of poor people has barely changed with the economic downturn. They were below the poverty before, and they’re below the poverty level […]

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Dick Cheney Shopping His Memoir: The Joys of Torture, Trampling the Constitution, and Bankrupting America the Dick Way

Top aides of Dick Cheney revealed that he is shopping his new memoir, even as they lashed out at critics who claim that he abused his power as vice president of the United States. Even though many in the publishing industry have expressed outrage that Cheney made torture standard practice at, and top officials in […]

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University Presidents Admit: We Like Money More than Fairness In College Football

University Presidents Admit: We Like Money More than Fairness In College Football   After years of controversy regarding the lack of a playoff system in NCAA Division I college football, a vast majority of university and college presidents have admitted they care more about making lots and lots of money than they do about deciding […]

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NFL Cracks Down On Snow Angels and Asks for Economic Bailout

  The NFL is considering suspending New England Patriot wide receiver Wes Welker for violating National Football League rules when he celebrated a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals by falling to the ground, lying on his back in the snow-covered end zone and making a snow angel. An anonymous NFL source said the league is […]

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Caroline Leavitt on Master of Ceremonies: “Heart, Punch, Fun!”

Read This Book! David Henry Sterry’sMaster of Ceremonies: A True Story of Love, Murder, Roller Skates & Chippedales is written with  punch,  heart, and so much energy, that there’s a virtual jolt on every page. Sterry tells the story of how, during the 80s, as a green, new-to-NYC actor, he finally found a job– as Master […]

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Truth or Fiction: Voting by Memoir

Truth or Fiction : Voting by Memoir Memoirs have been a source of raging controversy. Seems some memoirs are more true than others. But to me, a memoirist makes a deal with the reader: what I tell you is real, and you judge me by the stories I tell you. I think about this way […]

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Truth or Fiction: Voting for the President By Reading His Memoir

Truth or Fiction: Voting By Memoir Memoirs have been a source of raging controversy.  Seems some memoirs are more true than others.  A memoirist makes a deal with the reader: what I tell you is real, and you judge me by my stories. I think about this way too much because I’m a memoirist. So when it […]

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NPR

I am proud and pleased to announce that my essay was broadcast on NPR Monday morning. I’m very happy with the way it turned out. If you have a moment, check it out. it’s only two minutes long. Thanks, David http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R810270737l

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Déjà Vu All Over Again: Economic Meltdown & Chippendales

1500 points the market plummeted last week. This was preceded by months of money drunk Wall Streeters feeding like little piggies at the trough of dirty money. For me it’s déjà vu all over again. Black Monday, October 19, 1987, the market crashed 508 points, while I was the master of ceremonies at Chippendales, the world’s greatest male stripping […]

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Library Journal Review of Master of Ceremonies: “Dizzying, tender, hilarious”

“Master of Ceremonies” is the dizzying, tender, and true story of a fledgling actor whose first break results in a two-year stint as the emcee at Chippendales, in this work that is resplendent with seedy glamour, hilarious backstage madness, and unflinching honesty. Sterry chronicles his adventures as a struggling comic after he is hired as […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: NO COUNTRY FOR OLD FUCKERS

I saw the new Coen brothers movie.  No country for old fuckers.  It’s a beautiful movie.  I love the way they inhabit different parts of America.  Fargo.  Depression era deep South.  Arizona.  And in this one, they really capture the desert, the colors and the heat and the language and the moral code, the fabric […]

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AUTO INSANITY

olive has really discovered how to smile, and apparently she enjoys doing itvery much.  She had her first Thanksgiving at her grandfather’s birthday party.  Everyone was very nice to her.  She seemed to have a very good time.  At one point on the trip back in the car, she woke up and went absolutely berserk.  […]

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I Hate My Boss

I Hate My Boss I’m losing my mind.  I haven’t quite lost all of it yet, but I’m close.  I can’t sleep.  I can’t eat.  I’ve lost interest in sex.  I’m always exhausted.  I’ve lost so much weight.  I look in the mirror and I see a ragged skeleton starring back at me. And my […]

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The Joys of Moving Across Country When You’re Pregnant

Well, we did it.We put all of our stuff into boxes, hired burly man to put them in a giant truck, stuffed our most valuable (mismatched socks, my mother’s ashes) stuff into our Rav 4 and waved goodbye to our life in San Rafael California, where the sun shines all the time, and the deer […]

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Master of Ceremonies: a True Story of Love, Murder, Roller Skates and Chippendales

Purchase the Book Paperback : Amazon.com | Barnes & Nobles | Indiebound Signed Book : Contact me Discuss the Book The 80s were an amazing time for me, and Chippendale’s was my first big New York job. I came to New York City to become a star so that everyone in the whole world would […]

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