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Cursing is no curse for Ian Frazier
Ian (expletive) Frazier, whose journalism has been a mainstay of the New Yorker for almost four (expletive) decades, whose subjects have included fly-fishing, Native American reservations, (expletive) Siberia, the security detail for hip-hop performers, typewriter repairmen, Don Cornelius, (expletive) meteorites, (expletive) trees, cellphone-sniffing canines and his own (expletive) (expletive) Ohio ancestry, has written his first novel, "The Cursing Mommy's Book of Days." It is inspired by his "Cursing Mommy" columns for the New Yorker. It is the satiric daybook of a tightly wound mom with a terrible family.
November 7, 2012