Here is the piece I wrote for The Second City Network on the day that convicted sex offender Brock Turner was released from prison after serving just three months of a a six-month sentence. It’s a follow-up to my initial piece, which I wrote in June when he was convicted.
Here is the new piece, entitled “7 Things That Last Longer Than Brock Turner’s Time in Jail Did.” I would say enjoy it, but I would prefer instead if you got really, really angry.
Thanks to Zuri Irvin over at @jokewriting on Twitter and Medium for interviewing me for his series of conversations with comedians. Comedians and writers, go over and check out the great resource of interviews he has compiled here. And you can read my ramblings in particular here!
Check out my latest post for The Second City Network, weighing in on the ex-Stanford swimmer’s sexual assault conviction and the subsequent comments from his father. Link to the piece here. Sometimes satire isn’t funny. I highly recommend everyone read the statement put out by the victim. It is one of the most powerful pieces of writing I have ever read. You can find that here, and it’s also linked to in the conclusion of my piece.
The piece was also picked up by HuffPost Women the following day, and you can check that link out here.
I’m proud of this one! Check it out on The Second City Network by clicking the photo above.