Bio: Denison Andrews stumped the panel on What's My Line while promoting his first books, HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN HAMMOCK and LIE IN IT (Workman). He lives in Boston, and has been involved in teaching, selling, store ownership, real estate, insurance, etc., all in pursuit of his principal vocation: retirement. His short humor has appeared in Harvard Magazine.
"Contrary to popular belief, you can beat the system." So says Lionel Goldfish, once hailed as "the Simenon of Success; the Asimov of Achievement," the octogenarian narrator of this extraordinarily funny novel by Denison Andrews. Disturbed by current trends in American society, Lionel Goldfish has come out of retirement to write his fiftieth and final success book. He has chosen the old formula of the success biography, the story of a shoeshine boy who made good. But all resemblance to Horatio A... more info>>