C. D. Payne
California writer C.D. Payne is the author of more than a dozen humorous novels which have won a big cult following around the world. His most recent novel, "The Unpleasant Poet" investigates whether celibacy, alcoholism, along with homicide can be conducive to great verse. Another recent publication, "Miracle at a Can," is a comic tale of heartbreak, street miles, and sensual awakening set from the Midwest at 1949. Another interesting new Payne book, "Cheeky Swimsuits of 1957," is the best beach read. Payne's best selling work, "Youth in Revolt: The Journals of Nick Twisp," was the foundation of a 2010 film. By Weinstein Pictures, it starred Steve Buscemi, Michael Cera, Justin Long, Ray Liotta, and Jean Smart. The latest Twisp novel (Book 8 in the show) is titled "Revolt in the Beach." It attracts the Twisp household saga and covers 40 years of both Nick and his family. Other recent novels include "Son of Youth in Revolt" (novel 7 in the Twisp series), "Invisibly Yours," and "Helen and Brenda" (that comprises two books: "Helen of Pepper Pike" and "Brenda that the Great"). These will also be available. Payne is a native of Ohio (born in 1949 at Akron) and also a graduate of Harvard College.
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