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    Kelley Quinn Needs to Be on the L Word RebootTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based comedian.
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    Raghav Mehta Is Not the ACLUThe comedian told us last week that he likes the New York comedy scene because it’s “constantly humbling you.”
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    Jourdain Searles Wants to Normalize Black Girl Angst“Where are my 700 indie films with black girls looking sad, smoking, and staring out the window? I will star in all of them.”
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    Milly Tamarez Is a Textbook ExtrovertTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based stand-up and writer.
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    Brennan Murphy’s Videos Are Comedy SorceryTalking with the comedian about his very short, and very funny, videos.
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    Danny Lempert Is “An Old Gay Man in a Young Man’s Body”Talking tweets with the New York–based stand-up, improviser, and actor.
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    Bryan Yang Loves Reacting to the NewsTalking tweets with the New York–based stand-up and actor.
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    Amy Zimmer Likes the Brevity of TwitterTalking tweets with the New York–based writer and comedian.
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    Take a Peek at Comedian Zach Zimmerman’s ‘Private Joke Notebook’Talking tweets with the New York–based comedian.
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    Mic Nguyen Loves the Obscure and LudicrousTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based writer and comedian.
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    Shea Strauss Uses Drawing As TherapyTalking shop with the Brooklyn-based writer and illustrator.
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    Stop What You’re Doing and Follow Peter KimTalking tweets with the Los Angeles–based writer, actor, and comedian.
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    Fareeha Khan Is the Basketball Legend of TwitterTalking tweets with the New York–based comedian.
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    George Civeris Doesn’t Want Your ‘Positive Vibes’Talking Twitter with the Brooklyn-based comedian.
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    Rebecca O’Neal Uses Twitter to Diagram Her JokesTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based writer and comedian.
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    Rachel Pegram Loves Commenting on LifeTalking tweets with the Brooklyn-based comedian, writer, actor, and singer.
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    Alex Song Wants Less Evil and More Cute Videos, PleaseTalking Twitter with the Brooklyn-based writer, actor, and comedian.
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    Youngmi Mayer on Making Memes About Her Own WorldTalking Twitter with the New York–based stand-up and mother.
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    Ginny Hogan’s Tweets Are an Accurate Reflection of Her MindTalking Twitter with the New York–based stand-up and writer.
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    Fumi Abe Is Indie by DefaultTalking Twitter with the New York–based stand-up and podcast host.
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    Lisa Franklin on Expressing Her Most Irrational Thoughts in Ant FormIntroducing My Two Lesbian Ants.
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    Follow Asher Perlman for Instagram Cartoons!Chatting jokes and cartoons with the Brooklyn-based comedian and writer.
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    Brian Park Wants to Distract You From Instagram ModelsTalking with the New York–based comedian about his very funny Instagram videos.
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    Shana Gohd Likes to Keep the Bots AroundTalking tweets with the Los Angeles–based comedy writer.
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    Zach Dunn Doesn’t Want You to Think He’s WeirdTalking tweets with the Los Angeles–based comedy writer.
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    Laura LeeLun on Tweeting About Ice Cream, the News, and e.e. cummingsTalking tweets with the Chicago-based comedy writer.
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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.
  38. Alyssa Limperis and Newfound Twitter FameTalking with Alyssa Limperis about Twitter and making videos with her mom.
  39. @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 […]
  40. 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 […]
  41. 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. […]
  42. 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 […]
  43. 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 […]
  44. @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. […]
  45. 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 […]
  46. @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 […]
  47. 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 […]
  48. 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 […]
  49. 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 […]
  50. 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 […]
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