The Belladonna Comedy

Comedy and satire by women and marginalized genders, for everyone.

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Caitlin Kunkel

Satirist and pizza scientist. Co-founder of The Belladonna + Satire and Humor Festival. Buy my book “New Erotica for Feminists” here! https://amzn.to/2HnQf8m

Carrie Wittmer

oh no you’re here

Brooke Preston

Comedy writer/satirist. Co-founder of The Belladonna Comedy. Bylines in @thesecondcity, @reductress, @mcsweeneys, @romper and so on and so forth.

Fiona Taylor

Co-founder of The Belladonna. I grew up in Florida, but it’s not my fault.

Belladonna Comedy

Funny Writing By Women, For Everyone. Follow us on Twitter @The_Belladonnas. The submission guidelines are pinned to our home page: FOLLOW US HOME (no don’t)!

Lillian Stone

I’m a Midwestern satirist and Boston Terrier wrangler. Pretty scared of boats, too.

Briana Haynie

Bri is a comedy writer based in Los Angeles and managing editor for The Belladonna. Her writing has been in The New Yorker and McSweeney’s.

Scarlet Meyer

Writer, comedian, professional awkward person.

Terry Heyman

Writer. Managing editor of The Belladonna Comedy. Can be moody, but generally a nice person. Find her at terryheyman.com

Patty Terhune

Managing Editor at The Belladonna Comedy. Featured in The New York Times Loose Ends, New Yorker Daily Shouts, McSweeneys, and more.

Harmony Cox

Harmony Mae Cox is a Midwestern essayist and storyteller. She loves dogs, coffee, and writing things for you- yes, especially you. Find her at harmonycox.com .

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