John Vorhaus Brings Comic Tools To ThinkingFunny22

John Vorhaus has taught and trained comedy writers all over the world, and is the only human in history to have worked on the American, Russian and Bulgarian versions of Married… with Children. His Comic Toolbox and Little Book of SITCOM are […]

Tagged screenwriting, sitcoms, standup, thinkingfunny22
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Anne Janzer – Humor For Serious Subjects

Humor is a powerful tool for explaining complicated topics like physics or finance in a memorable way. Let’s explore using humor to go from “Ha!” to “Aha!” Join Anne Janzer, author of Writing to Be Understood, for an exploration of when, why, […]

Tagged coach, masterclass, nonfiction, serious, thinkingfunny22
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Standup Comedy Coach Judy Carter to Share Her Expertise at ThinkingFunny21

Judy Carter, author of Stand-up Comedy, The Book, will be on hand to help attendees sharpen their stand-up chops during our April 3rd, 2021 virtual conference. Click here to register for the event. Carter is a knowledgeable, dynamic, and fun teacher with […]

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Tips on Crafting Proposals From the Man Who “Wrote the Book” – Andy Ross on Agents’ Panel at ThinkingFunny21

Andy Ross is the author of  The Literary Agent’s Guide to Writing a Non-Fiction Book Proposal, and he’ll be helping our conference attendees understand the process of finding a marketable concept and doing the research necessary to make a credible book proposal. […]

Tagged agent, culture, fiction, literary agent, nonfiction
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Travel Writer Dave Fox Overcomes Virtual Jet Lag to Trek to ThinkingFunny21

Dave Fox is a bestselling travel and humor author who has been exploring the world since age seven and writing stories about the chaos he has a knack for tumbling into. He will be leading a workshop to share his writing tips […]

Tagged exploring, humor writing worshops, journaling, memoirs, travel
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