I’ve been writing comic prose since I was 5 and getting rejection
letters from The New Yorker – some personalized! – since I was 22.
Click images at bottom for three of the most distinguished rejectees.
During Mitt Romney’s Presidential campaign,
he said Michigan trees were “the right height”.
For a tree’s heartfelt rebuttal, click here.
I have essays in three anthologies…
“The F-Word” in “Faith: Believers, Agnostics and Atheists Con-
front the Big Questions” (Simon & Schuster/Beyond Words)
Click here for excerpt.
“Ha!/Aah!: The Painful Relationship Between Humor and Horror” in
“Horrific Humor and the Moment of Droll Grimness in Cinema: Sidesplitting
sLaughter: John A. Dowell, Cynthia J. Miller, eds. (Lexington; Dec.)
Click here for the beginning; pre-order (a bargain at $87.95!) here.
“It’s Complicated” in “Robin Williams: Essays on the Films”
– Johnson Cheu, ed. (McFarland; spring)
Click here for the beginning.
And here’s my interview about writing,
screen and otherwise, in Script Magazine.
On the comedy website Splitsider, I reveal Comedy’s Authentic Lies.