Comedy Gold: The questions are you asked

Questions that you are asked a lot are a quick way to find humor. You can also reverse it by saying what questions should you not ask or why do people always ask me these questions. Here’s a quick list I came up with of questions things you shouldn’t say...

Humor From Your Past

To find great humor look to your past and find your pain points. What things did you do as a kid that upset you, but now is pretty funny? In my newsletter, I reminisced about an incident during summers when I was in my elementary school that had a big impact on my...
Comedians, don’t fall in love

Comedians, don’t fall in love

Comedians don’t fall in love with your jokes that is! We get the wording of a joke down, and it makes US laugh. . . but sometimes, okay many times, the audiences think differently! Maybe the way we said it in our head was funny, or maybe we are off by a word or two,...
Comedy Writing Resources

Comedy Writing Resources

Comedy writing isn’t just about writing, you have to also have people READ it. Okay, maybe not but it’s a lot more fun anyway. I’ve come across a couple of web sites that seem to be good sources for posting your writing, exchanging writing ideas with...

Comedy Writing Gigs Part 7

I posted this weeks ago and it didn’t post. . so here you go! And now for some more ways to find writing gigs, and while I can’t help you get on a TV staff for a sitcom, I can give you some ideas for other places to find these writing gigs. Calling people. Yes,...