Patrick Broderick is the art director for Modern Humorist. His freelance work for clients ranging from pornographers to rock bands can be seen at

Alexandra Ringe, a senior editor at Modern Humorist, has written for the New York Times Magazine, Bookforum, New York magazine, and Stay Free, among other publications.

John Aboud is a co-founder of Modern Humorist and a co-editor of
Tim Carvell is a freelance writer based in New York. His work has appeared in McSweeney's, Entertainment Weekly, Business 2.0, and Fortune.
Danny Chun is in the class of 2002 at Harvard University, where he serves as Vice President of the Harvard Lampoon.
Michael Colton is a co-founder of Modern Humorist and a co-editor of
Laura Gilbert is an ex-magazine editor, ex-New Yorker, and ex-Modern Humorist intern. She is now a freelance writer who works with juvenile delinquents in Colorado.
Daniel J. Goor is an Emmy-nominated, former writer for the Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
Charlie Grandy is a writer for Saturday Night Live.
Fred Graver lives and works in New York City.
Josh Greenman is a writer in New York City.
Kevin Guilfoile is the co-author (with John Warner) of Modern Humorist's My First Presidentiary: A Scrapbook by George W. Bush.
Krister M. Johnson is a writer and actor in New York City. He has written for the New York Times and
Francis Heaney is a playwright, songwriter, game show writer, and ex-puzzle editor from Brooklyn. He writes Modern Humorist's Holy Tango of Poetry series.
Martha Keavney is an associate editor at Modern Humorist. She also produces a comic book, Badly-Drawn Comics.
David King is a writer in New York City.
Lauren Kirchner currently attends Wesleyan University. She is a former Modern Humorist intern.
Gersh Kuntzman, a true tabloid hack, is a columnist for The New York Post and and author of HAIR! Mankind's Historic Quest to End Baldness (Random House). Check out him and his hair at
Michael Francis Martone is a Cleveland-based contributing editor to Modern Humorist. His work is featured in the anthology Mirth of a Nation: The Best Contemporary Humor.
Seth Mnookin is a journalist living in New York City.
Nick Nadel is a Modern Humorist intern and is currently a senior at Marymount Manhattan College.
Daniel Radosh has been published in The New Yorker, GQ, Playboy and elsewhere. Several of his pieces were anthologized in the first edition of Mirth of a Nation.
Eben Russell is a writer who hails from Falmouth, Maine, a small maritime suburb just outside Portland.
Beth Sherman has Emmy nominations for her work on both The Rosie O'Donnell Show and Late Show with David Letterman.
Jeremy Simon works for the National Arts Journalism Program in New York.
Michael Sloan, a senior at Yale University, has served as editor-in-chief of the Yale Record humor magazine. He interned at Modern Humorist and continues to contribute features such as Ask an Ekspurt.
Geoffrey Stevens hails from Braintree, MA, and he will be a junior this fall at Harvard University.
Nicholas A. Stoller is a writer for the Fox show Undeclared.
Thomas Talbot is the manager of Crawford Doyle Booksellers in Manhattan.
John Warner is co-author (with Kevin Guilfoile) of My First Presidentiary: A Scrapbook by George W. Bush. He teaches writing at the University of Illinois.
Noam Weinstein is a musician and computer programmer in New York City.
Steve Zimet is a freelance writer in New York City.

Cartoonist Ivan Brunetti lives in Chicago with two cats and an antique mannequin. His website:
Marc Crisafulli is a contributing artist for The New York Press. Watch for his website later this year and his comic book in 2002.
Zach Fried is a freelance graphic designer living in Brooklyn, New York. You can see more of his work at
Danny Hellman is a commercial artist who lives and works in New York City. His illustrations have been featured in Time, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Entertainment Weekly and many other publications. Hellman is also the editor of Legal Action Comics, and his work can be seen at
John R. Holmes earns his living drawing commercial storyboards of all sorts. He currently sleeps in Brooklyn, NY.
Vance Lehmkuhl is best known as Philadelphia City Paper's political cartoonist.
Jason Little is the author of Shutterbug Follies, a Doubleday graphic novel. His cartoon strips can be read online at
Dyna Moe is an improv comedian who performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. You can see more of her work at
R. Sikoryak's recent comics have appeared in Drawn and Quarterly. He is the co-author of the NEA-funded comic, The Seduction of Mike (Fantagraphics).
William Wu is a psychiatrist and illustrator in New York City.

[ links ]

Send us your Rough Draft feedback >>>

Copyright 2001 Modern Humorist, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Modern Humorist is not intended for children under 18 years of age.