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“That John Waters is a national treasure is a surety. Period. Thank you and good night . . .

[Mr. Know-It-All] shows a vulnerability and an honesty and an almost frantic desire to impart to us,

before he can no longer, his manic mantras, his obsessive treatises and his biting and blisteringly

honest bons mots that are actually really enlightening life lessons.― ―Alan Cumming, The New

York Times Book Review“[Waters is] an indefatigable coiner of droll one-liners . . . Whether

he likes it or not, [Waters] is a Great American Institution. Or maybe he belongs in an institution.

Either way, we wouldnâ€t want to be without him.― ―Michael Upchurch, The Seattle Times

“In Mr. Know-It-All, the curtain is pulled back and Waters†life, a multi-decade exercise in

adaptability, perseverance and ceaseless hustle, is revealed. The essays are hyper-driven with the

caloric burn of nervous energy . . . Full of insight and scrappy, hard-earned smarts.― ―Henry

Rollins, Los Angeles Times“That this Prince of Puke has become an accidental darling of

American cinema and letters―an institution, however depraved―may be a dirty shame to

[Waters], but itâ€s a blessing for the rest of us.― ―Charles Arrowsmith, The Washington

Post“On a line-by-line basis, [Mr. Know-It-All] always sparkles― ―Katie Rife, The A.V. Club

“[Mr. Know-It-All] is outrageous and, in ways that only the man who unleashed Pink Flamingos

on an unsuspecting public could get away with, sentimental. It peers into the future with eyes both

delightful and decadent, and looks backward with a nostalgia for things many of us never knew we

missed . . . A delicious, deranged blend that may not be for everybody, and thatâ€s just fine with

[Waters].― ―Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun“Thereâ€s no denying that Waters is

a whip-smart . . . , funny, multitalented and unique cultural icon.― ―Alice Cary, Bookpage

'An exuberantly transgressive American filmmaker gets down, dirty, and weird about life, art, and

career . . . Comic and rude but always compulsively readable, Waters demonstrates that he is not

only first among Filth Elders; he is also a keen observer of American culture. Wickedly smart and

consistently laugh-out-loud funny.' ―Kirkus Reviews (starred review)'Nothing can squelch

[John Waters'] outrageous imagination . . . If you don't laugh loud and often, check your pulse,

then your breath on a mirror.' ―Ray Olson, Booklist'Endlessly entertaining . . . Watersâ€s

musings are as funny and eccentric as his films; longtime fans will be delighted with the treasure

trove of insights into his brilliant oeuvre.' ―Publishers Weekly John Waters†books Role

Models (2010) and Carsick (2014) were national bestsellers, and his spoken-word shows This

Filthy World and A John Waters Christmas continue to be performed around the world. Indecent


Exposure, a retrospective exhibition of W

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