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Derek Evernden p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. One-panel gags have a long history. They were ubiquitous in magazines in the mid- to late 20th century. The best one- panel gags were just humor for humor’s sake. Bogart Creek Volume 1 by Derek Evernden continues the tradition. The book features one panel gags on the dark side of the far side.

Derek Evernden p2

Derek Evernden talks about how he comes up with gags for Bogart Creek, and different styles of humor...

Derek Evernden p3

Some tips on creating one-panel gags...

Derek Evernden p4

The upcoming Bogart Creek Vol.2...

Brian McKim p1

READERSVOICE.COM aims to collect a few interesting reading tips. This issue features Brian McKim who is a standup comedian who lives and performs in Las Vegas. He has a deadpan style and is very funny. He is also a podcaster on In this interview, Mr McKim gives some good insights into how he creates gags. He also gives a couple of good book tips, including a biography of a comedy great, and an autobiography of a comedy actor turned tv executive...

Brian McKim p2

Deadpan standup comedian, author and podcaster Brian McKim talks about some of his fiction reading, although he prefers nonfiction. He also mentions a nonfiction book his father liked...

Brian McKim p3

One of Brian McKim's techniques for creating gags and stringing them together for a standup routine...