That’s What She Said

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Have you submitted a piece to “Funny Women” and it wasn’t quite the right fit for the column? Have you always wanted to write for “Funny Women” or Daily Shouts or McSweeney’s Internet Tendency? Our very own Funny Women Editor Elissa Bassist is teaching another two-day workshop at Catapult, so if you missed out in the fall, now is your chance to learn from the best!

In Trump’s America, we need smart humor writing, and laughter, more than ever before. Elissa will tell you everything you need to know to write, revise, and publish a short conceptual humor piece (in addition to sharing other industry tips and tricks like writing a no-fail cover letter, dealing with rejection via food, and more).

Class size is limited to 10 students and is filling up fast, so reserve your spot today!


Marisa Siegel currently lives, writes, and edits near NYC but thinks twenty times a day about heading back west. She is Editor-in-Chief and owner of The Rumpus. Find her on Twitter at @marisasaystweet. More from this author →