3 Takeaways From a Talk on Humor & Art

In the most recent talk on humor, writing, and art I attended, a few interesting things came up.

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In my quest to harness more humor in my writing, I had the pleasure of attending a talk by Michael Rees through my Humor Makes Us Better Storytellers course this semester. Rees is an award-winning artist, a Yale graduate with an impressive…

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I’ve been a writer for years, but I always hide behind sci-fi and fantasy. As much as I appreciate comedy and humor, I’ve never committed myself to learning the art. Let’s see if I can manage to do it in grad school.

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Leigh Fisher

Leigh Fisher

Writer and poet from Neptune. Instructional designer in NYC. Grad student at @NYUTandon studying Integrated Digital Media.

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