A brand new 200+ page Jeffrey Brown piece about, yes, his funny misshapen body, but also a whole lot more besides. This book is composed of a chocolate box assortment of vignettes from many different periods of the life of Jeffrey Brown. There is no immediately apparent order to the pieces, so this seems to be a good book to just open at random and dip in here and there as the mood strikes. School days, from kindergarten through college gets the most ink here, with the usual focus on high school. He definitely ranges beyond his usual obsessions of girls and sex (very little of which is on display in this Simon and Schuster publication), with a special focus on his experiences with doctors and hospitals. While it is possible that some might be put off by the body issues dealt with here, Brown's work is as engaging as ever here despite the topical differences, so we're confident that his long time fans will find much to enjoy (In addition, this might make a good gift book for anyone bedridden with a digestive disorder...).