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Winston-Salem, NC
6 Star Rating
215 Love Lists
235 Clients
785,000 Words
Featuring a distinctly wry tone, Delany excels at dead-panning the incredible and making the everyday worthy of a grin. Towel etiquette, weird sex toys, and social commentary are only a few of the pieces she's applied her particular brand of humor to. If you need a little tongue-in-cheek treatment for your product,...

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Endorsements
46
Orders
1,746
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
5
Samples
10
Lowell, MA
6 Star Rating
43 Love Lists
15 Clients
30,000 Words
Jason recently entered and (co)-won a writing contest on a blog called Pan Kisses Kafka. The blog was alerted to a job vacancy that was clearly intended for one person, given its very specific requirements, such as having written 25 books and having founded 2 start up companies.

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Endorsements
2
Orders
58
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
2
Samples
7
Tucson, AZ
6 Star Rating
909 Love Lists
380 Clients
1,558,000 Words
As a stand-up comic, radio show host and producer and weekly columnist, humor has always been a mainstay of Ryn's writing. Her style has been specifically sought out by a wide variety of clients who desire a fresh and fun approach to numerous topics. Her personal blog, column and editorials typically contain prime...

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Endorsements
152
Orders
2,918
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
2
Samples
31
Deltona, FL
6 Star Rating
311 Love Lists
352 Clients
1,741,000 Words
Humor is a powerful way to convey a message. Ray has uses it in hundreds of pieces of advertising copy and blogs. Humor is a good tool for telling a story or communicating irony. Humor is also used to create edgy branding or to effectively communicate otherwise dry information. What can be better than delivering...

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Endorsements
87
Orders
5,461
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
3
Samples
23
Portland, OR
6 Star Rating
671 Love Lists
500 Clients
2,082,000 Words
Sarah has been a humor writer for several years, and can make anything funny, from nerdy science to amazing subculture. It doesn't matter what she's writing about; if the client wants funny, that's exactly what they'll get. Witty prose, however, never conceals or steals from the real point of the article, which is...

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Endorsements
34
Orders
2,849
Last Login
2/17/17
Elite Skills
4
Samples
43
Minneapolis , MN
6 Star Rating
314 Love Lists
424 Clients
2,238,000 Words
There are few forms of writing more enjoyable than satire. From political blogs to droll Fashion Police style articles, Stephanie has written numerous chuckle-worthy pieces.

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Endorsements
66
Orders
4,717
Last Login
2/20/17
Samples
14
Lincoln, NE
6 Star Rating
405 Love Lists
344 Clients
1,120,000 Words
Darla wrote and published a daily column that covered oddball news stories and satirical commentary. The success of her News of the Day blog prompted her to start a second column titled Brilliance of the Beaten Path two years later. News of the Day manages to add new readers monthly even though her busy schedule...

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Endorsements
49
Orders
1,967
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
4
Samples
17
Lexington, SC
6 Star Rating
311 Love Lists
339 Clients
875,000 Words
A variety of pop culture, geekery and just plain funny pieces for traditionally published magazines/greeting card companies.

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Endorsements
21
Orders
1,442
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
2
Samples
14
Forest Hills, NY
6 Star Rating
295 Love Lists
205 Clients
595,000 Words
Marjorie R. has written humor for many greeting card companies, including American Greetings. She wrote the copy for a card that won a "Louie," the greeting card industry's less-glamorous equivalent of the Oscar. She has also written political satire.

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Endorsements
25
Orders
1,378
Last Login
2/21/17
Samples
3
Palm Harbor, FL
6 Star Rating
966 Love Lists
532 Clients
1,477,000 Words
Lara has written a number of humorous articles for sites that include MadeMan, ScreenJunkies and others.

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Endorsements
84
Orders
3,086
Last Login
2/21/17
Elite Skills
10
Samples
32