Mishka Shubaly
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Mishka Shubaly

After receiving an expensive MFA from Columbia University, Mishka Shubaly promptly quit writing to play music. He lived out of a Toyota minivan for a year, touring nonstop, and has shared the stage with artists like The Strokes, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and The Decemberists. His Kindle Singles for Amazon have all been bestsellers. He writes true stories about drink, drugs, disasters, desire, deception and their aftermath. His work has been praised for its grit, humor, fearlessness and heart. 'The Long Run,' his mini-memoir detailing his transformation from alcoholic drug abuser to sober ultrarunner is one of the best-selling Kindle Singles to date. In 2015, Mishka released the album "Coward's Path" on Invisible Hands Music, which has been praised by Johnny Depp, among others. His first hardcover memoir, "I Swear I'll Make It Up to You" is due March 8th, 2016 on PublicAffairs. www.mishkashubaly.com www.facebook.com/mishka.shubaly.7 "The Kindle Singles bestseller list has anointed new stars like Mishka Shubaly..." -The New York Times "The gruff and rough-voiced Shubaly is a chronicler of mankind's darkest impulses and failures, a guy with a ticket to hell and back." -Time Out New York "A beaming ray of jet-black sunshine." -The Village Voice "Shubaly's writing grabs you by your neck, his thumb fingering the delicate pulse by your throat. He's going to tell you about himself, whether you can stand it or not, and the reason you can't stop reading? It's because he also seems to know a thing or two about your inner life." -Huffington Post
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