Merrill Markoe learns about journaling and being a drama queen from her mother, from Anne Frank, and from the Cuban Missile Crisis. MERRILL MARKOE is an Emmy award-winning TV writer (Late Night with David Letterman, TV Nation) and prolific author of books, including What the Dogs Taught Me, How to Be Hap-Hap-Happy Like Me, Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love, The Psycho Ex Game, and Walking in Circles Before Lying Down. This piece was recorded at Un-Cabaret's reading series "Say the Word", featuring great comedy writers reading their own original first-person non-fiction at the Skirball Cultural Center in L.A.ADVISORY: Some material may not be appropriate for minors.
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