God, I'm Fabulous!
As the world awaits the September release of my next collection (see image above), let's take a self-indulgent and totally whory trip back to my last one, La Dolce Musto, and revel in the praise that was fulminated my way by a variety of media outlets, all properly adoring and slobbering.
I do this not to brag, but to ... um ... um ... well, yeah it's to brag.
So kindly allow me to jerk off in public by belching up my four-year-old press clippings.
"Rapier wit ... He is masterful at cutting through thickets of hype to get at something true." --Chicago Tribune
"The crown prince of gossip at NYC alternative weekly The Village Voice ... Outrageously flamboyant columns." --Star magazine
"If you've never read his weekly column, you've missed a taste of New York that you won't find anywhere else. ... Critic, fan, philosopher, tattle tale." --New York Social Diary
"The most flamboyant of all New York gossipers" --Page Six
"The most out there society column of our time ... the bard of brutal truths" --Paper magazine
"A groundbreaker ... a vertitable institution" --afterelton.com
"The Village Voice's combination of Hedda Hopper and a crystal ball -- delighting us all, pissing some people off, and keeping everybody guessing." --Metrosource magazine
"Whatever the topic, Musto will have you laughing out loud. Buy it, buy it for friends, and read the best pop culture commentator writing today." --Metrosource magazine
"The city's most punny, raunchy, and self referential gossip columnist" --The New York Times
"Out, proud, and flamboyantly gay ... full of adulation, cattiness, and sexual innuendo ... Musto's witty ridicule is pithy." --Publishers Weekly
"The most fabulous columnist in North America" --The Hour
"The reigning champion of gossip columnists since 1984. Hilarious ... our generation's Oscar Wilde." --Fab magazine
"Wicked and witty ... Musto sees through the hypocrisy and chicanery of Hollywood and celebrates it nonetheless. La Dolce Musto is a musto reado for the celebrity obsessed." --Philadelphia City Paper
"A downtown deity ... deliriously cunning columns" --Next magazine
"Fearless ... outrageously candid" --Buzz magazine
"Groundbreaking columnist" --Louisville Courier-Journal
"A gay-household name. Musto is a pioneer in modern free speech and a hero to all LGBT writers." --Pink magazine
"Musto is a singular prose stylist who's been honing his deceivingly ditsy voice to a sharp edge in 23 years of writing for The Village Voice. ... This book is first class funny and first class fierce." --Passport magazine
"Hilarious and sardonic" --Windy City Times
That's it! I just orgasmed!