Fay Jacobs returns with more wise and witty recollections about life in Rehoboth Beach. For Frying Out Loud is a collection of Fay s latest columns plus some new, never published material. It's provocative, political, occasionally heartwarming and reliably hilarious. Jacobs' utterly unique voice will keep you laughing, smiling and relating page after page.
As the author of four humorous memoirs, activist and comedian Fay Jacobs returns with her newest tall tales, Fried & Convicted, Rehoboth Beach Uncorked. And, as you'd expect, It's chock-full of Fay's signature witty, wise, and often laugh-out-loud commentary about the craziness of contemporary life in the diverse and welcoming resort town of Rehoboth Beach on the Delaware Coast.
This time, though, everyone's favorite Sit-Down Comic" grapples with the insanity of a high-tech bra, cartoon bladders in prescription advertising, and refusing to act her age . . .
Fried & Convicted was written over the last few years and culminates with Election Day, 2016. It chronicles the joy of gaining equal marriage rights for same-sex couples, tales of Icelandic lagoons, Provincetown adventures, and much ado about lesbians of a certain age. It tells a few harrowing personal stories, such as Bonnie's unnerving medical diagnosis, the time Fay went kayaking with alligators,...
Fay Jacobs shares the inside story on life in the gay-friendly resort town of Rehoboth Beach. This collection of columns from the publication Letters from CAMP Rehoboth is sometimes provocative, sometimes political, often heartwarming and reliably hilarious. In addition, Fay takes you inside the remarkable lives of two Rehoboth Beach icons, who helped her become an accidental publisher.
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware has been called "The Nation's Summer Capital" ever since the families of U.S. Senators and Congressmen discovered its beauty and charm, spending summers in Rehoboth to escape the oppressive heat and humidity of Washington, DC. Later, Rehoboth became another kind of refuge, when the gay and lesbian communities of the Mid-Atlantic found a beach resort to call their own.
In 1995, writer Fay Jacobs and her partner Bonnie literally cruised into town and discovered the unique charm of this seaside community. Almost immediately, Fay began chronicling her life as a Rehoboth weekender in a column that appeared in the magazine Letters from CAMP Rehoboth. In the years that followed, Fay's Rehoboth fans have followed her smart, witty columns as Fay & Bonnie made the transition from visitors to regulars to locals themselves. Fay's unique voice and her willingness to bare it all in print turned her fans into a sort of extended family. Now, for the first time, the...
Fay Jacobs is back! Again! The author of the trilogy of humorous memoirs As I Lay Frying, Fried & True and For Frying Out Loud returns with more wise and witty recollections about contemporary life in general and more specifically life in Rehoboth Beach, a small resort town on the Delaware Coast. It's provocative, political, occasionally heartwarming, and reliably hilarious.