you can’t deny laughter.


memoirists, novelists, songwriters, television writers, screenwriters, comedy writers, social media writers, cookbook authors, newspaper writers, bloggers, it writers, comicstrip writers, standup comedians, human interest writers, 92 year old and 17 year old writers, actors, playwrights, short story writers, cartoonists…

so much creative energy all in one place

learning, listening, talking, writing, improv, playing, crying, laughing my face off with stomach hurting fun.

not your usual conference

not your usual hotel drawer reading material

“you can’t deny laughter; when it comes, it plops down in your favorite chair and stays as long as it wants.”

-stephen king


43 responses »

  1. My greatest wish was that I could learn to write funny. Maybe in my next life. When I read my first Janet Evanovich book I was hooked. One of my first post was about not having a funny bone. We can all dream though. Laughter is huge and vital.

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  2. Laughter, real laughter lurks behind the mundane and waits, sometimes for years until the time is right. And then out of the blue it pounces, grabs you by the guts and twists until it hurts. But my god it feels good. Great post thanks!

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