Fresh Meat: Curtis Cook on gentrification and Blink-182

Comedian Amy Miller was kind enough to interview me for her debut article in a local Portland newspaper. We talked about race and gentrification.

You know, fun stuff like that.


If you wanna hear me talk about Pinky and The Brain forming a consensual D/s relationship, then this podcast is like having your childhood ruined in the most delightfully erotic way possible.

I made new business cards because I AM A GROWN UP. 

I made new business cards because I AM A GROWN UP. 

Curtis Cook is funny - BrightestYoungThings - DC

Matt Byrne, among the producers of the Chicago Comedy Exposition and contributing writer for Brightest Young Things, was kind enough to write this about me after I participated in the 2014 Chicago Comedy Exposition last month.

It was a great time and an amazing festival. If you live in Chicago and missed the expo this year, you definitely want to hit it up in 2015. And no matter who you are, you owe it to yourself to check out all the comics and performers that helped make the festival so great. 

SICC in The Head