Retired talent agent turned NYC storyteller and comedian Sandi Marx shines on national stages and has won seven Moth StorySLAM open-mic storytelling competitions. Her captivating storytelling has graced iconic venues like The Tank and City Winery. From being featured in the Boston Comedy Festival to appearing on PBS’s “Stories From The Stage,” she’s a force. Featured on podcasts like RISK! and Hot Mic with Dan Savage, Sandi is a fixture in the NY storytelling scene. Her journey is documented in the Amazon Prime film “The Fabulist.” She is the author of the book, “Slightly Above Average: Memoirs of a Successful Village Idiot.”
Dive into the extraordinary tales of Sandi Marx, where a soupçon of ineptitude, mixed academic endeavors, and a candid willingness to expose flaws paint the canvas of a truly successful and fulfilling life. In her humble yet hilarious memoir, aptly titled for its modesty, Sandi takes you on a journey through the exploits of someone who sees themselves as nothing more than slightly above average.
In Slightly Above Average, Sandi reveals the secret to her good fortune: a good sense of humor. Luck, timing, and this singular life skill have propelled her through two major earthquakes, an accidental teenage mugging, white-water rafting escapades, near misses with con men, a live robbery, a fateful car accident, and so much more.
While Sandi may not claim to be a purveyor of conventional life skills, her narrative suggests that being slightly above average might just be the unexpected ticket to a well-lived life. Prepare for laughter, astonishment, and a newfound appreciation for the quirks that make life truly extraordinary.
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