Click here to read "The Funniest Man Who (N)ever Lived," column.
Click here to read “The Internet Is Tricking You" (blog post).
Click here to view "Beauty and Utility" (photographs) at Glassworks.
Click here to read "Daley Pearson Gets Some Strange Calls" (column).
Click here to read "Want A Master Class in Comedy Writing? Listen to John Finnemore" (column).
Click here to view "Stairs Up Hill" (photograph) at Up The Staircase Quarterly. You can read the good stuff inside as well.
Click here to buy "They Were Hiding" (poem) in 1/25.
Click here to watch Yes (poetry).
Click here to buy "Who We Love" (poem) in Belleville Park Pages.
Click here to read a review of Tell This To Girls: The Panic Annie Poems (chapbook) at Indie Reader.
Click here to read "I Ate Your God" (poem).
Click here to read "Introducing a Man Who Needs No Introduction: Count Arthur Strong" (column).
Everyone Needs An Algonquin: The Collected Wit and Wisdom of Agatha Whitt-Wellington is now available for purchase. It includes a few oldies-but-goodies from the website (where you could have read them for free, but whatever) and lots and lots of new work that will make you think, laugh and look more clever than ever before.
Why not buy a copy and a. help bring an end to international turmoil, b. make peace with your demons, c. increase Agatha’s income, or d. all of the above?
Click here to read "Political, Pointed, and Peculiar: Armando Iannucci, Comedy Genius" (column).
Click here to read "This Week" (commentary).