Some of the most well-respected writers throughout history have written for laughs. Chaucer, Cervantes, and Shakespeare appealed to both high and low audiences because of their ability to make audiences of all kinds laugh, but today, the establishment favors darker, more serious writing. No one is accusing Virginia Woolf, Hemingway, or Faulkner of being funny.
However, people like to laugh, and they like to read books that are funny. With that in mind, we’ve created this six part tutorial featuring some of the funniest writers I know sharing their tips on how to write funny.
Here are six posts on how to write with your funny bone.