The Ultra Mega Huge List of
Humor Writing Formats
For humorists, creative writers, and marketers who want on-demand inspiration
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Alex Baia is a humor writer, a comedy podcaster, and the owner of a boutique marketing service. He has written dozens of humor pieces for The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, Austin Monthly, Eater, Points In Case, and other fine publications.
Since 2018, he has edited the indie humor site Slackjaw on Medium. In his capacity as an editor, Alex has read scores of humor pieces. How many? The answer is 13,404.
Lianna Patch is a conversion copywriter and comedian at punchlinecopy.com (you know, the site you’re reading right now). She genuinely loves writing copy that makes customers pause, smile, and click.
Trained in the not-so-dark arts of buyer psychology and customer research, Lianna specializes in punchy, engaging landing pages and email copy for ecommerce and software clients, including Freshbooks, Igloo, Manly Bands, Loop Returns, Balsamiq, and TinySeed.
Her work and insights have been featured by Copy Hackers, HubSpot, Shopify, BigCommerce, CXL, and more impressive publications whose names she hopes you know. She also regularly speaks at ecommerce and software conferences around the world, even when they ask her not to.
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