“How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men’s Feelings”
by Sarah Cooper
This hilarious satirical book (with glitter on the cover)  is a cathartic read for anyone who has worked in a workplace.
by Andrew Sean Greer
Winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize, this humorous take on "the American abroad" is a fast and furious read.
“Bury My Heart at Chuck E. Cheese's”
by Tiffany Midge
Employing humor as an act of resistance, you'll enjoy these slices of life and matchless takes on urban-Indigenous identity.
by Joseph Heller
We put one classic on here. JUST ONE. Read it with your book club and wonder what took you so long.
“Wow, No Thank You”
by Samantha Irby
These essays are laugh-out-loud, look-around-to-see-who-heard-you, stop-caring-because-you’re-still-laughing, funny.
“New Erotica for Feminists: Satirical Fantasies of Love, Lust, and Equal Pay”
by Caitlin Kunkel, Brooke Preston, Fiona Taylor, and Carrie Wittmer
A viral piece led to a book deal led to a book in under ten months. Whew!
"Here For It"
by R. Eric Thomas
Topical columnist for Elle Magazine ("Eric Reads the News"), playwright and storyteller R. Eric Thomas has a joyful and meaningful book for you.
"Spoiled Brats"
by Simon Rich
Humorist, former SNL writer, and TV writer Rich shows his skill in this great story collection.
“Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim”
by David Sedaris
Any Sedaris book is going to be outstanding, but this is a good one to start with to get to know the family.
“Dear Committee Members”
by Julie Schumacher
The FIRST WOMAN to ever win the Thurber Prize for American Humor, this epistolary novel is a delight.
“Amateur Hour: Motherhood in Essays and Swear Words”
by Kimberly Harrington
Fest panelist Kimberly Harrington is funny and ferocious in her debut book. Her next, "But You Seemed So Happy" is out in 2021!