Ian Urbina is a reporter for The New York Times, based in the paper’s Washington bureau. He has degrees in history from Georgetown University and the University of Chicago, and his writings, which range from domestic and foreign policy to commentary on everyday life, have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Harper’s, and elsewhere. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife, son, stepdaughter, and a nuisance of a dog.
Life's Little Annoyances by Ian Urbina--Audiobook Excerpt
Listen to this audiobook excerpt from Ian Urbina's book Life's Little Annoyances: True Tales of People Who Just Can't Take It Anymore, narrated by actor Stanley Tucci. Urbina chronicles the lengths to which some people will go when they have endured their pet peeves long enough.Share This
Life's Little Annoyances
Henry Holt and Co.
"A gold mine of ideas . . . to help us wage personal and quiet vengeance against those who annoy us." —South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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