Pamela Ribon, best-selling author of Notes to Boys, joins The Working Poet Radio Show to discuss "Working with Humor" along with Flula Borg, and Jay Martel (Executive Producer of the Key and Peele show).
The Working Poet Radio Show (WPRS) is a new talk show (radio and television) dedicated to the working lives of creative people. Host Joseph Lapin and Executive Producer J. David Gonzalez are interested in the poetry that powers everyone from novelists to graphic designers to nanotechnologists. WPRS is sponsored by the Los Angeles Public Library and the literature and fiction department.
Pamela Ribon is a TV writer, screenwriter and best-selling novelist (WHY GIRLS ARE WEIRD, YOU TAKE IT FROM HERE). She’s been in comedy rooms for both network and cable television, most notably the Emmy award-winning SAMANTHA WHO?. Pamela has adapted her popular novels for both film and television, and developed original series and features for ABC, ABC Family, Sony, Warner Bros., Disney Channel and 20th Century Fox Productions. She’s currently writing at Walt Disney Animation Studios on a feature in development, and creating a graphic novel for Oni Press. Her new memoir NOTES TO BOYS (AND OTHER THINGS I SHOULDN'T SHARE IN PUBLIC), called "brain-breakingly funny" by NPR, is out now.