Chris Garcia finds solace and comedy in new WNYC project “Death Sex and Money”

WNYC Studios is prepping a new project hosted by comedian Chris Garcia called Death Sex & Money, and they’d love your input on it.

“This project is a work in progress—but we’re sharing it with you now because WNYC Studios wants  your feedback as we explore new shows and new ideas. So after you listen, head over to to tell us what you think.”

Here’s the official description:

Comedian Chris Garcia has always incorporated stories about his Cuban-American family into his sets. But after his father died from Alzheimer’s, Chris started using his comedy to process his own grief, and to memorialize his dad. He also found solace talking to other comedians who had lost their own parents.

Now, Chris is bringing some of those conversations about death, family and comedy to a new audio project with WNYC Studios. This week, we’re bringing you an early listen of what he’s been working on. You’ll hear Chris talk with his mother Ana, and with Karen Kilgariff, a fellow comedian and cohost of the podcast My Favorite Murder. 

You can also listen to the pilot episode here:

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