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The B&N Podcast: Kristen Roupenian on Laughing in the Dark

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The B&N Podcast: Kristen Roupenian on Laughing in the Dark

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Her short story "Cat Person" became a global sensation: The author talks about its origin, her new collection of short stories, and how horror and humor are dual keys to the human heart.
The B&N Podcast: Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman

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The B&N Podcast: Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman

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The most captivating couple in Hollywood reveals all of the intimate secrets of their joint bookshelf in a Very Special Episode of the podcast.
The B&N Podcast:  The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

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The B&N Podcast: The Adventure Zone LIVE at Comic Con

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Clint McElroy and Carey Pietsch talk about turning the fan-favorite podcast The Adventure Zone into a hilarious graphic novel.
The B&N Podcast: John Hodgman

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The B&N Podcast: John Hodgman

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John Hodgman talks about “Vactionland: True Stories from Painful Beaches,” the fear of going to the dump, the history of Maine and the surprising glory of adulthood.
Proust, Hardy, and Spam: 10 Things I Learned About Literature from Monty Python

COMEDY

Proust, Hardy, and Spam: 10 Things I Learned About Literature from Monty Python

By Chris Barsanti ×

Why growing up obsessed with world's most literate comedy troupe ought to be worth college credit. By Chris Barsanti.
No Fooling: 25 Indispensable Works of Humor

COMEDY

No Fooling: 25 Indispensable Works of Humor

By Mike Sacks ×

A highly personal list of absolutely necessary works of humor, from acid satire to tales of zany invention. By Mike Sacks.
The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History

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The Daily Show (The Book): An Oral History

Reviewed by Tom Carson ×

The improbable story of how a group of comedians turned the world of political journalism on its ear is told from the inside. Review by Tom Carson.
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood

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Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood

Reviewed by Barbara Spindel ×

The new memoir from the "Daily Show" host delivers a portrait of a South African childhood caught between identities and communities. Review by Barbara Spindel.
The Books that Scare Me

GUEST BOOKS

The Books that Scare Me

By Maria Semple ×

The author of "Today Will Be Different" on five books so good it's scary.
The Secret Film History of Bill Murray: 11 Bills You Might Have Missed

BILL MURRAY

The Secret Film History of Bill Murray: 11 Bills You Might Have Missed

By Gavin Edwards ×

The author of "The Tao of Bill Murray" on ten roles (plus one) to catch the unpredictable actor in after "Lost in Translation" and "Groundhog Day."
Anxiety and Hunger: Jessi Klein on “You’ll Grow Out of It”

INTERVIEW

Anxiety and Hunger: Jessi Klein on “You’ll Grow Out of It”

A Conversation with Barbara Spindel ×

The head writer for "Inside Amy Schumer" talks about her new memoir, comedy collaboration versus the "lonely slog" of writing a book, and the power of the personal. A conversation with Barbara...
Judah Friedlander: Hero for the Common Person

COMEDY

Judah Friedlander: Hero for the Common Person

A Conversation with Nick Curley ×

The comedian, actor, and artist on why he chose to immerse himself for fifteen hours a day into the creation of "When the Raindrops United", his new collection of single-panel cartoons.