Limited to published humorists, such as those whose works include books and syndicated columns.
Sites consisting of humorous rants and raves not published elsewhere should be submitted instead to Arts: Online Writing
Dave Barry is an author, columnist, and public speaker. He has written about various major and mundane issues for the Miami Herald since 1983. In 1988 he won a Pulitzer Prize for commentary. His humorous column is syndicated in over 500 newspapers.
Barry has written over twenty books, plays guitar in a rock band, and runs for President of the United States in his spare time.
Submit sites to this category which are primarily about Dave Barry, his life, and work.
American humorist, a member of the 1920s literary round table at the Algonquin Hotel in New York.
Erma Bombeck was born on February 21, 1927, in Dayton, Ohio, and died April 22, 1996, in San Francisco, California. Bombeck is best know for her satirical look at the daily life of a suburban housewife in the newspaper column, "At Wit's End" which she wrote three times a week for over 900 newspapers. Her books include:
_I Lost Everything in the Post-Natal Depression_ published in 1973.
_The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank_ published in 1976 and made into a television movie in 1978.
_If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits?_ published in 1978.
Only sites that are of interest to people looking for specific information about Erma Bombeck will be accepted for inclusion into this category.
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American humor writer (1908-1989) known for gags for radio and television comedians including Jack Paar, Jack Benny and Merv Griffin as a well as best-selling books such as "My Brother Was an Only Child."
Sardonic poet, one of the leaders of the Algonquin Round Table in New York in the 1920s.
Master of the short humorous essay, regular contributor to The New Yorker in its early 20th-Century heyday, writer for the Marx Brothers movies, self-described "button-cute" belle-lettrist whose home was New York but who wrote extensively of his worldwide travels. In his own words, "before they made Perelman, they broke the mold."
P.G. Wodehouse (1881-1975) was a British writer of comic short stories, novels, plays, song lyrics, and films.
Please only submit links dealing with the life and works of P. G. Wodehouse. Please do not submit book stores selling Wodehouse''s books, they should be submitted to Shopping.