My Comedy Books

Why should you write a book on comedy writing or on comedy travels? I had no intention of writing any books when I started out, but I just sort of fell into the book writing thing, and it worked out well. Here’s a short podcast on how I became an...

Comedians and Country Clubs

I’ve performed at a few country clubs, and they’ve been great audiences. Sometimes, though. there have been a few funny things. Here’s a couple quick stories about my...

Comedy Writing Gigs

I’ve sold comedy material to everyone on the planet, and I’ve done it as a freelance comedy writer. In this week’s episode, I talk about how I got these comedy writing gigs, and what NOT to do. Check it out and maybe this will spur you on to get some...

Comedy Contracts

Comedy clubs have traditionally done business booking on a handshake, and that’s how I did it when I worked the clubs. But nowadays I need a contract for any bookings. Comedy contracts have saved me on several occasions. Here’s my weekly podcast about a...

Comedy and Ghosting

Ghosting is the new term for being a jerk! It’s when you’re in a conversation with someone, either through email or phone, and then all of a sudden they stop responding. I’ve had this happen over the years, and it’s rude. Here’s a couple...

Comedy and Bad Energy

We all get those clients who are just tough to work with, and many of them put out bad energy that affects us! In this week’s podcast, Jan talks about two comedy events where she had to deal with clients and their bad energy. There is a good moral to the story...