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Cindy Brown
is a freelance humor writer in the Midwest, raising a husband, two kids, and two Great Pyrenees dogs.
Cindy airs her funny laundry on her blog EverydayUnderwear.com. Her work has also been syndicated on, BlogHer.com, LunchBreakBlog.com, and Rachel Thompson's influential site, RachelintheOC.com. She can be followed avidly at @hiyacynthia.

Pete Malicki
Pete Malicki is a fiction author, multi-award-winning playwright and notable arts administrator. He's completed five novels and over 40 plays, which have been produced in close to 100 productions around the world. He runs the world's largest festival of 10 minute plays, Short+Sweet Sydney, and is the organization's International Literary Manager. In 2009 he founded Helm Publishing and produced a novel and an illustrated children’s book, then settled on editing fiction manuscripts. His playwriting awards have included Best Drama, Best Comedy, Best Play, Overall People’s Choice, and Judges’ Choice at various theatre festivals.
Follow Pete's dashing exploits on his site: PeteMalicki.com

Jan Hurst-Nicholson
wrote for South African magazines for years, much of it compiled into Something to Read on the Plane. Her humorous novel on adapting from Liverpool to Durban, But Can You Drink The Water? has been joined by award-winning children's book Leon Chameleon PI, the YA action adventure Mystery Mystery At Ocean Drive, and the family saga The Breadwinners, as well as many other books from Penguin and Cambridge University Press. She lives in Durban with two dogs that are forever on the wrong side of the door, an elderly cat, and the occasional visiting troop of boisterous vervet monkeys.
Jan's writing also appears in Edge Words (stories from the Cheshire Prize for Literature), Chicken Soup, and Summer Shorts. see more about Jan and her many books on amazon.com and at her own site, www.just4kix.jimdo.com.

Richard Brown
Richard Brown is the author of Send In the Clown Car: The Race to the White House 2012 and Europe On $500 a Day (And Other Reasons to Stay Home), which were published under his blogger name Cranky Cuss. He is retired after 23 years in the corporate world. He lives in the suburbs of New York with a wife who calls him her “first husband” and two daughters who insist they are adopted.
See Richard crank his cuss up on his much-feared Blog and browse his books on amazon.com.

Deb Claxton
poses the authorial question: What do zombies, the Mayan Calendar, deathbed confessions, and Christmas have in common? And hastens to answer it: They’re just some of the subjects Deb Claxton tackles in her humor collection, It Ain’t Heavy–It’s The Lite Side, a compilation of her newspaper column. When not writing, Claxton spends most of her time waiting in doctor’s offices for the news that another body part is nearing its expiration date.
Now retired from the newspaper business, she continues to spread her wacky world view through her blog, www.debclaxton.com. She’s also on Facebook and Twitter @calendarday.

Jim Mullen
Lives in Franklin, NY, which explains nothing. He writes a syndicated column that appears in over 600 newspapers across the U.S. and Canada each week. His latest book, How to Lose Money in Your Spare Time – At Home is a collection of his funniest columns over the last ten years. Jim’s memoir, It Takes a Village Idiot, was a finalist for the 2001 Thurber Prize for American Humor. His spoof of a baby showers, Baby’s First Tattoo is now in its fifteenth printing. His Hot Sheet column ran in Entertainment Weekly and his work has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Village Voice.
His books are available in all the usual places, as well as JimMullenBooks.com

Dan McQuinn
is an alumnus of the Second City writing program and has contributed to the writing of many plays and many unfinished crossword puzzles. Dan lives in the western suburbs of Chicago with his trophy wife, two children and a dog that barks at drywall.
Dan’s first book, Kids Say the Cutest Things When They're Drunk, is a sharply written collection of comic letters, monologues and playlets that provides sure-fire laughs, drunk or sober. Additional information on Dan and his writings may be found at www.danmcquinn.com. Dan also invites you to follow him on Twitter @danmcquinnbytes.
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