WRITING HUMOR is a detailed analysis of how many famous writers have used humor in their books. There are interviews with John Cleese, Fannie Flagg, Larry Gelbart, Cherie Eichen and Bill Steinkellner ( Cheers) Jennifer Crittenden: Steinfield and Everybody Loves Raymond).
Praise for Writing Humor by Ian Bernard "Before I discovered the techniques in this book, I was forced to actually work for a living." ¿ Dave Barry "They say that humor writing is serious business, and it is, but thank goodness for Ian Bernard! He has just written the definitive textbook on the subject that is not only highly informative, but hilarious as well." - Fannie Flagg author of Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café and Standing in the Rainbow "My talented friend has written a book that gives you valuable guidelines on how to write funny. Even if you don't write, the book will help you be the life of the party." - Jonathan Winters author of Winters' Tales "Through careful analysis of funny writing and practical suggestions on how to apply technique, Ian Bernard actually achieves the nearly impossible: he teaches you how to mine life's situations for their humor. This book is not only instructional, it's a virtual tour of modern humor." - Christopher Moore author of Practical Demon Keeping and Coyote Blue "For everyone who has ever watched a TV sitcom, a movie comedy, or read a humorous book and thought, 'I can write better than that,' Ian Bernard now hands you the tools to do so. What are you waiting for? Buy this book and start writing." - Cheri Eichen & Bill Steinkellner writers of Cheers (and producers), Who's the Boss?, The Jeffersons, Facts of Life