Picking up where This Will Not Look Good on My Resume left off (sort of—is it a job if you really, really like what you’re doing?) (and don’t really get paid for it?), Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun is a collection of feel-good, happy-ever-after dog stories told by the ever-quirky, ever-sarcastic Brett. Also featured are her own two dogs, Kessie and Snookums, and her four regulars, Chum, Hunk, Little Miss, and Spunky Doo.
"... terrifically funny and ingeniously acerbic ..." Dr. Patricia Bloom, My Magic Dog
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About the Author
Jass Richards (jassrichards.com) has a Master’s degree in Philosophy and for a (very) brief time was a stand-up comic (now she’s more of a sprawled-on-the-couch comic). Despite these attributes, she has received four Ontario Arts Council grants.
In addition to her Rev and Dylan series (The Road Trip Dialogues, The Blasphemy Tour, License to Do That, and The ReGender App), which has reportedly made at least one person snort root beer out her nose, she has written This Will Not Look Good on My Resume (‘nuff said), followed by its sequel Dogs Just Wanna Have Fun (ditto). She has also written the perfect cottage-warming gift, TurboJetslams: Proof #29 of the Non-Existence of God and a (way)-off-the-beaten-path first contact story, A Philosopher, A Psychologist, and an Extraterrestrial Walk into a Chocolate Bar.
This Will Not Look Good on My Resume was a Category Finalist for the Rubery Book Award. Excerpts from her several books have appeared in The Cynic Online Magazine, in Contemporary Monologues for Young Women (vol.3) and 222 More Comedy Monologues, and on Erma Bombeck’s humor website. Her one-woman play Substitute Teacher from Hell received its premiere performance by Ghost Monkey Productions in Winnipeg.
Her worst-ever stand-up moment occurred in Atlanta at a for-blacks-only club (apparently). Her best-ever stand-up moment occurred in Toronto when she made the black guy fall off his stool because he was laughing so hard at her Donovan Bailey joke (the guy set a world record for running the 100M in 9.84 seconds, yeah? Big wup. My dog can do better than that. 'Course, she's black too).