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Dear fellow HumorOutcasts writers : This apology is for you.

October 11, 2017
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With all due respects to other blondes who may not be as “blonde” as me, sometimes it’s hard to be a blonde. Actually, I’m not even really a blonde anymore. For many years, I was…

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No Joke! Jumpstart and Finish Your Humor Project with Two Weeks of Solitude and Free Room Service!

September 13, 2017
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Comedy writer Anna Lefler, author of Preschooled and The Chicktionary, understands the time drains that keep creative types away from some of their most important projects. But instead of just finding humor topics in the…

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Five word for listicles lovers. Or haters.

July 19, 2017
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What’s with all the listicles lately!?  You’ve seen them: “Ten things to look for in choosing a toilet brush.”    “Thirteen reasons to avoid walking under ladders.”    “Nine ways to help your cat overcome…

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Secrets of a Slow Writer with ADD

September 10, 2016
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Writers often publish advice about how to write. I’m not going to do that – well, at least not this time. I don’t know what I might do tomorrow, let alone a year or two…

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An Olympic Undertaking

August 12, 2016
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SLIGHTLY OFF THE MARK   Despite being on opposite sides of the world, there are similarities between this year’s Olympics in Rio, and the Games two years ago in Russia. There was all sorts of…

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Seven Lines From My Work In Progress

July 19, 2015
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Seven Lines From My Work In Progress

I was tagged by writer Samantha Branham for the 7x7x7 challenge: seven lines from the 7th page of my work in project. Way better than the 666 challenge. I’m not tagging anyone, ‘cause I don’t…

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Making a Living at Art, and Other Fantasies

May 26, 2015
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Making a Living at Art, and Other Fantasies

The good news is, thousands of writers report they’re making a pretty good living. Unfortunately, that’s a proverbial iceberg tip, being held up by several hundred thousand writers deep underwater. Have you ever tried breathing…

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Passing On Review

May 11, 2015
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Passing On Review

I know what you want: You want to know what other people have to say about my book Slightly Off the Mark: The Unpublished Columns. And who can blame you? What, you don’t want that?…

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Here’s hoping 2015 is better

December 31, 2014
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Here’s hoping 2015 is better

I’m not going to lie to you: 2014 sucked. Everybody got sick or hurt at least once, and the world’s a train wreck. On a personal level I lost my first writing job after twenty-three…

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Me, a Primer, or: How Did I Get In The Mall

November 7, 2014
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Me, a Primer, or: How Did I Get In The Mall

I recently took my writing career in a new direction, which is another way of saying I got “downsized” out of my job. Now I’m making a monthly appearance in a local shopping guide that’s…

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