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    Farah Brook on Tweeting With AnxietyTalkin’ tweets with the New York–based comedian.
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    Brantley Brice Wishes All His Tweets Were Fictional“If a joke isn’t working on Twitter, it’s garbage!”
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    Mo Fry Pasic Genuinely Loves MorningsLooking for someone follow to funny on Instagram? Here you go.
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    Follow Catherine Cohen While You’re Young!If you don’t follow her yet, you’re in for a treat.
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    Dewayne Perkins on Being Relevant Always and ForeverTalking tweets with the comedian and The Break With Michelle Wolf writer.
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    Yaari Tal on Finding Comedy Within His FeelingsTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based comedian.
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    Moss Perricone’s Tweets Are Onetime OnlyTalking tweets with the New York–based comedian.
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    Sara Wren on Using Twitter to Practice Writing JokesTalkin’ tweets with the Canadian stand-up.
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    Eva Victor Isn’t Scary, So Don’t Be Scared of Her, Okay?Talkin’ tweets with the comedian and Reductress writer.
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    Charlie Bardey on Stocks and Syntax Jokes“The amazing thing about having your greatest heroes follow you on Twitter is that you inevitably will disappoint them, which I love.”
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    Rachel Van Nes on Writers’ Brains and Low-Stakes Social RejectionTalkin’ tweets with Rachel Van Nes.
  12. Alyssa Limperis and Newfound Twitter FameTalking with Alyssa Limperis about Twitter and making videos with her mom.
  13. @Arianna_Durnell’s Target Audience Is “Absolutely No One” (But Follow Her […]Arianna Durnell (@arianna_durnell) is a New York-based comedian whose writing has been published on McSweeney’s, Reductress,Women In Comedy […]
  14. Wendy Steiner (@wendyasteiner) Likes Bagels and ConfidenceWendy Steiner is a Brooklyn-based Jewish-Japanese comic. While the Los Angeles suburbs raised her, living in San Francisco and New York really […]
  15. Richelle Meiss (@reeshmeese) on How Nothing Is Too Private for TwitterRichelle Meiss is an actor, comic, and writer in Los Angeles. You might have seen her in commercials for Heineken, Kohl’s, eBay, and more. […]
  16. Peter Kelly (@PeterKelly25) Is on Twitter for the Immediate ValidationPeter Kelly is a writer, director, and producer based in New York City. He currently works at The Opposition with Jordan Klepper on Comedy […]
  17. Caitlin Kunkel (@KunkelTron) on Tweeting Lots of Tiny ObservationsCaitlin Kunkel is a comedy writer and satirist who lives in Brooklyn. She created and teaches the Online Satire program for The Second City and […]
  18. @AyoEdebiri on Everyday Absurdity and Cool TeensAyo Edebiri is a Boston-born, Brooklyn-based comedian and writer. She wasn’t good enough for the Celtics but is making this comedy thing work. […]
  19. Dan Lee (@danleeok) on Tweeting as Characters That Speak Just a Little Too […]Dan Lee is an actor, writer, and comedian based in New York City. At the UCB Theatre he improvises on Harold Night and co-hosts the hit variety […]
  20. @MarciaBelsky on ‘Headless Women of Hollywood’ and Calling Out Sexism […]Marcia Belsky is a formidable, feminist force. You may recognize her work online in fighting Facebook’s institutional sexism or the Headless […]
  21. Lorelei Ramirez (@PileOfTears) on the Absurdity of Twitter and Spilling […]Lorelei Ramirez is an artist, comedian, performer, filmmaker, and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. She hosts a monthly variety show called […]
  22. Larry Owens (@larryowenslive) Is Searching for a Twitter BaeLarry Owens is a multi-hyphenate millennial living on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. He’s an actor, writer, singer, and comedian currently […]
  23. Rachel Jane Andelman (@rajandelman) and “Thought Angels” on TwitterRachel Jane Andelman is a writer, performer, and coach living in the Boston area. You can visit her website here, read her here, and watch her […]
  24. Riane Konc (@theillustrious) Is Going Viral on TwitterRiane Konc is a Midwest-based writer who contributes frequently to The New Yorker and occasionally to Reductress, McSweeney’s, The New York […]
  25. @Rachel_Sennott on Being Personal, Snarky, and Wanting to Be LikedRachel Sennott is a New York-based comedian, actor, and writer. She can be seen on HBO’s High Maintenance and in Shiva Baby, a film premiering […]
  26. Sarah Hutto (@huttopian) on High School Prom, Pending Patents, and […]Sarah Hutto’s work has run in The New Yorker, The Washington Post, and The New York Times. On Twitter she is @huttopian, where she advocates […]
  27. @Ben_Rosen on Tweeting with Comic Strip IdeasBen Rosen is a writer and cartoonist in Los Angeles who has contributed to The Onion, BuzzFeed, and McSweeney’s. In 2015 he wrote and directed […]
  28. Mike Ross (@MCRossIsNotAPun) on Raccoons, US History, and Minnesotan MomsMike Ross (@MCRossIsNotaPun) is a soon-to-be-published writer of comedy and young adult fiction living in New York City. You can currently find […]
  29. Grace Perry (@perryjetaime) on Evergreen Tweets and Niche Lesbian JokesGrace Perry is a Chicago-based writer. She covers comedy and city life for Time Out Chicago and writes jokes for Reductress and The Onion. […]
  30. John Sabine (@jsabine214) on Chip Cards, Grammar, and Dialogue JokesJohn Sabine is a writer and performer in Chicago. He is a freelance contributor for Onion Labs and you can see him perform with The Second […]
  31. @BizzyCoy & Funny Twitter PollsBizzy Coy is a humor writer and copywriter who ditched the mean streets of NYC for the mean bears of the Catskills. She lives and writes in her […]
  32. Samantha Ruddy (@samlymatters) on Joking from a Good-Natured PlaceSamantha Ruddy (@samlymatters) is a comedian based out of New York City. She’s performed at comedy festivals like Bridgetown, San Francisco […]
  33. Adam Rotstein (@madamepotstein) and Alt Comedy on TwitterAdam Rotstein is a comedy writer who lives in Los Angeles. He spent two years living in Brooklyn and was legally obligated to move to Los […]
  34. Rebecca Caplan (@RabbiReba) on Aggressively Specific Comedy and Giving It […]Rebecca Caplan is a comedy writer and nice lady based in Brooklyn, NY. She’s currently a staff writer with CollegeHumor and frequent […]
  35. If You’re Not Following Taylor Garron (@casualafro) on Twitter, Go Do It […]Taylor Garron (@casualafro) is a standup comedian, comedy writer, and actress based in Brooklyn, NY. She is an in-house writer at Reductress, […]
  36. Taylor Kay Phillips (@TayKayPhillips) on Double Standards, Musical […]Taylor Kay Phillips is a writer and comedian living in New York City. She contributes pieces to Reductress and writes for Night Late at UCB. […]
  37. @GregMania on His Comedic Persona and “Being Louder Than Hate”Twitter is filled with many hilarious personalities and comedic brands, but very few accounts have led to inspiring an actual book (the kind […]
  38. Felipe Torres Medina (@FelipeTorresMed) on Important Issues Like Cultural […]Felipe Torres Medina is an alien of extraordinary ability, which is the US government’s way of saying he’s a writer (he’s from Colombia, not […]
  39. Karly Brooks (@brookskarly) Doesn’t Need 280 CharactersKarly Brooks is a writer living in Brooklyn with her roommate’s dog and also her roommates. Her writing has appeared on McSweeney’s, BuzzFeed, […]
  40. Mia Mercado (@miamarket) on Using Twitter to Develop Longer Material and […]Mia Mercado (@miamarket) is a writer living in Kansas City originally from Wisconsin. She has written for The New Yorker’s Daily Shouts, […]
  41. @JacobPierce015 Is on Both the Funny and Political Sides of TwitterI found Jacob Pierce’s Twitter account by happenstance while scrolling through my newsfeed because someone I follow had retweeted him. I spent […]
  42. @IrvingRuan on Being Both a Comedian and an Asian-American ComedianIrving Ruan is a writer and performer in the San Francisco Bay Area. He’s written for McSweeney’s, Funny or Die, and other places on the […]
  43. Matt Grote (@feMANism) on Joke Structures, Garfield, and Being a Teenage […]Matt Grote (@feMANism) is a human apology. He once did an impression of Michael Cera that was so spot-on that he spent half an hour holding the […]
  44. @SierraKatow on Mulan, Crocs, and Accepting ComplimentsSierra Katow (@sierrakatow) is an LA-based comedian and writer who’s performed on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, Laughs on Fox, and Last Call with […]
  45. @JoePalana on DiGiorno and Other Things, But Mostly DiGiornoJoe Palana is an improviser and standup comic who recently graduated from Harvard. He is currently on a year-long adventure traveling to all 50 […]
  46. Liz Hynes (@chancellorliz) on Her “Twitter Voice” and (Accidentally) […]Liz Hynes (@chancellorliz) is an aspiring corpse based in New York City who once vomited directly in front of Brian Williams. A […]
  47. Jacob Smith (@jacobjargon) on Elena Kagan, Selena Gomez, and ‘Glee’Jacob Smith (@jacobjargon) is a writer, performer, activist, and Libra. He has worked as an intern at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee on TBS and […]
  48. Patti Harrison (@Party_Harderson) on Song Parodies and Dumb Points of ViewPatti Harrison (@Party_Harderson) is a comedian, actor, writer living in Brooklyn. Her television credits include appearances on The Tonight […]
  49. @KatieBarsotti on Murder, Witches, and Female Privilege@KatieBarsotti is a writer and performer in Los Angeles. She’s written for McSweeney’s, Reductress, CollegeHumor, the upcoming Woolly magazine, […]
  50. @HelloLaneMoore on Ponytails, Modern Dating, and SpecificityLane Moore is an award-winning standup comedian, writer (The Onion, The New Yorker Shouts & Murmurs, McSweeney’s), actor on HBO’s Girls, […]
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