For years, Gary Gulman (The Great Depresh) had been the comedian’s comedian, acclaimed for his delight in language and his bracing honesty. But after two psych ward stints, he found himself back at his mother’s house—living in his childhood bedroom at age 46 as he struggled to regain his mental health. He’s chronicled that journey (and oh so much more) in Misfit, a brilliant, witty, poignant, laugh-until-your-face-hurts memoir of growing up awkward in the ’80s. Don’t miss this night of standup comedy and book-related hilarity.