The World’s Largest Man, a Memoir (HarperCollins) by Harrison Scott Key

Winner of The Thurber Prize for American Humor

Consistently seasoned with laughs, this memoir is adroitly warm and deep when it is called for. An uncommonly entertaining story replete with consistent wit and lethal weaponry.
— Kirkus Review

“I’ve rediscovered the joy at ”the sheer delight of laughing so hard I cry, wet my pants and wake up my wife. Harrison Scott Key is the funniest damn writer I’ve come across in a long time. His stories are raw and unfiltered and he writes about the sort of things a Southern boy’s Mama told him to never mention the stuff worth writing about”
–Neil White, author, In the Sanctuary of Outcasts