• "I didn’t really have any free time, but once I started listening to your podcast I was hooked.  You have an exceptional talent, shared by some of the best schmoozers in the hey-day of New York radio, such that even when there’s not really much to talk about, your personality, voice and engaging style just suck people in.

    -- Oscar, Emmy Award, BAFTA award winning Hollywood producer Julian Krainin

  • “Steven Alan Green brought down the house and was simply AMAZING!” – Peter Baird, executive producer East Bay Stand Down: The Benefit for Homeless Vets, Sept. 2014
  • Steven Alan Green is ONE funny writer ---- Everything I read of yours makes me laugh and think – Not just the kind words about me…But the insights you have for the Comedy racket….You’re Barbara Hershey, we are beaches.”The late Taylor Negron, actor, comedian, modern-day icon.

  • “Brilliant review of Ms. Karam’s tour de force, sir.” – Bill Zehme, Esquire, Vanity Fair, Playboy, Rolling Stone contributor and writer of the New York Times Bestseller, “The Way You Wear Your Hat: Frank Sinatra and the Lost Art of Living.”

  • SAG is a maven of comedy.  He makes stream of consciousness look easy.  He makes belligerence fun.  He makes taking comedy seriously lighthearted.  He makes me laugh.”  -- Beth Lapides; creator and producer of Uncabaret (and Sex Goddess, IMHO)

  • Steven Alan Green possesses the kind of writing that reminds you of when better writers were in the fore.  He has a twist to the twist of phrase, that is his own.  I am a big fan of his words.”  --  Rick Overton, comedian & actor, HBO and Soderbergh’s, “The Informant”, and regular on Showtime's I'm Dying Up Here.

  • “Enjoy the Veal is absolutely inspired stream of consciousness!  Hysterical, funny, biting, insightful, grandiose.   A surreptitiously diplomatic narrative smart enough to sanely and ultimately further his own self-interests.   Green is a brilliant, but fatefully undisciplined comic genius, grabbing the baton, (i.e. QWERTY keyboard in this case) from the likes of Hunter S. Thompson and Norman Mailer (Think “Fire on the Moon”).   Even if you don’t follow it all, it’s a wonderful runaway train ride consisting of his painful life experiences, his attitudes, observations and especially his misgivings.   Kudos and hosannas!!  About THAT, there are no misgivings on our part!”  - Danny & Joe, somewhere in England.