Humor Contest Winners Announced – ThinkingFunny22

This year’s contest saw 77 entrants in three categories: Humor-For-Serious-Subjects, Family-Friendly Humor, and Travel-Memoirs. The judges said that they had a tough job because so many of the pieces were just hilarious. Below are the winners and their prizes. Each winner also […]

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Talent Lineup – ThinkingFunny22

We’re proud to offer a strong lineup of industry professionals and experienced authors, coaches, and practitioners. The day-long event begins at 10:00 am Pacific time and runs through an after-party from 5-6 pm. Click here to register. The fee is $75 for the […]

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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, […]

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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. […]

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