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How to get a job as a (funny) copywriter

If you’d told me when I was a teenager that I was going to write for a living I would […]

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7 reasons why comedy needs more girls

The more women do comedy, the more women define comedy.

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Are any jokes off-limits? Punching up vs. punching down

A student in one of our workshops once tried out a joke about wanting to hide a knife in her […]

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Mini Q+A with Grace Holtz

Grace Holtz is a Chattanooga-based comedian and performer. She co-hosts the Once a Month comedy show and helped lead GOLD […]

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6 secrets of networking your way into the comedy business

I almost walked right into Stephen Colbert. The Late Show had just finished taping for the day and we audience […]

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How to respond to FUNNIER: GOLD’s daily prompts

Hi! If you’re here, you’ve probably signed up for FUNNIER: GOLD Comedy’s new daily humor-writing prompts. Thank you, and welcome! […]

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4 reasons not to worry (much) about people stealing your jokes

“How do I make sure nobody steals my jokes?” It’s a common question, and there’s only one totally foolproof answer: […]

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Mini Q+A with Veronica Dang

Veronica Dang is an award-winning director/actor/writer and comedian. You may have seen her on TV or teaching people about Yellow […]

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Mini Q+A with Kelsey Caine

Kelsey Caine is a beautiful New York comedian and writer originally from Texas. Her family describes her comedy as, “Stop […]

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I’m still funny: 5 ways to survive working in the male-dominated comedy industry without losing your sense of humor

I often think about that time when a male peer—someone I’d wanted to learn from and exchange ideas with—told me, […]

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Mini Q+A with Adrianne Chalepah

Adrianne Chalepah is a standup comedian, writer, and mother of four. Raised in Kiowa/Comanche/Apache territory in Oklahoma, she began her […]

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How to get a job as a TV (comedy) production assistant

There’s Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO, Hulu, and hey, if you don’t find anything there, remember YouTube and Apple stream shows […]

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How to be funny on Twitter, Vol. 3

Being funny on Twitter is an ART. It is TOUGH to squeeze your genius into 280 characters, but it’s worth […]

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Mini Q+A with Brittani Nichols

Brittani Nichols is a writer, comedian, and actor living in Los Angeles. Words With Girls, a comedy pilot (based on the […]

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Mini Q+A with Emily Winter

Emily Winter has written for The New York Times, The New Yorker, NPR’s “Ask Me Another,” TV Land, Fusion TV, Glamour, and […]

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Mini Q+A with Lolita Morrow

Lolita Morrow is an up-and-coming New York based comedian who grew up in Houston, Texas. She’s performed at New York’s […]

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I landed my dream comedy internship (and so can you)!

Hi hello! I’m Emily Pasqua. I was an intern for the Spring 2018 semester at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy […]

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Mini Q+A with Christie Buchele

Christie Buchele is an up-and-coming standup comic from Denver, Colorado, who also co-led GOLD’s debut hybrid F2F version of our […]

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How to be funny on Instagram

Now that you’ve been schooled in the art of writing a funny tweet (the original fun-size and the updated Costco-size […]

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Mini Q+A with Iris Bahr

Iris Bahr is a critically acclaimed writer, actor, director, producer and novelist. Having starred on numerous television shows (for full […]

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