SEINFELDIASeinfeldia just got its first early review from Library Journal: “Armstrong offers a masterly look at one of the greatest shows. The research involved makes this a boon to television scholars, but Seinfeld enthusiasts will also enjoy this funny, highly readable book.”

I’ve also gotten some lovely blurbs from some lovely people, for which I am eternally grateful:

“Armstrong is an excellent writer and a first-rate journalist. I can attest from firsthand knowledge that Seinfeldia is not only a great read but an accurate historical description about two comedians and one TV show that changed the course of television history.” — Kenny Kramer, the real-life inspiration for Seinfeld‘s Kramer

“This book is the ultimate score for any Seinfeld addict.” — Fred Stoller, author of My Seinfeld Year

“From the stories behind the stories to the characters behind the characters, Seinfeldia delivers everything you always wanted to know.” — William Irwin, editor of Seinfeld and Philosophy

“At last, here is the quintessential book on how and why a show about nothing managed to wend its way through the mediocrity and emerge as a hit. Read it.” — Mike Sacks, author of Poking a Dead Frog

Seinfeldia is an addictive read for any TV lover. Jennifer Keishin Armstrong’s trenchant insight into the cultural phenomenon and pervasive fandom of the beloved show is real, and it’s spectacular.” — Maris Kreizman, author of Slaughterhouse 90210

“Even as someone lucky enough to be on the show, I couldn’t put Seinfeldia down.” — Larry Thomas, “The Soup Nazi”

Okay, enough self-promotion … for today.