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Tag Archives: 2012 Stephen Leacock Medal For Humour
Woody Allen once said, “I am thankful for laughter, except when milk comes out of my nose.” Me too! And yesterday I had a lot to be thankful for: The Leacock Associates for shortlisting Most of Me; my cousin Stephanie … Continue reading
Set in the town of Mariposa, Shari Lapeña, Susan Juby, Patrick deWitt, Rupinder Gill and Robyn Michele Levy portray King Leacock‘s scribes at the Clingstone Palace.
This epic Leacock romance stars Robyn Michele Levy as Scarlett Fever — the hot patient at Rhett Butler Hospital, who falls in love with all four of her physicians: Chicken Pox specialist Dr. Susan Juby, Child Psychiatrist Dr. Rupinder Gill, Charlie Horse … Continue reading
This modern remake of Woody Allen‘s 1969 classic comedy stars Shari Lapeña as Virginia Inkblot — the starving graffiti poet who moonlights as a bank robber to make ends meet. Her life of crime gets complicated when she encounters fellow … Continue reading
This slapstick chic flick feaures Rupinder Gill — the girl “On the Outside Looking Indian” who steals Goofy‘s heart while vacationing with friends at Disney World. Their love affair inspires Minnie Mouse to leave Mickey and move to Orillia, Ontario, where … Continue reading
Lucid Dreaming With 2012 Leacock Medal Nominees Presents: “Breakfast of Eggnostic Prizewinning Chickens”
Starring Susan Juby, Rupinder Gill, Patrick deWitt, Shari Lapeña and Robyn Michele Levy. Featuring free-run eggs from The Woefield Poultry Collective and Kosher bacon from The Leacock Associates.
Starring Robyn Michele Levy and Patrick deWitt, the authors are stranded on the outskirts of San Francisco. Will The Sisters Brothers come to their rescue? Will they meet the mysterious Commodore? Or is he too busy reading Most of Me, … Continue reading
Scientists have long debated when female writers first mastered humour — a transformative event that influenced what pictographs were displayed in ancient caves and may have even fueled the evolution of modern day literary contests. Now, new evidence has emerged … Continue reading
We were all there…me, Susan Juby, Rupinder Gill, Shari Lapeña, and Patrick deWitt! And we were dancing and laughing and having so much fun that some of us were even dangling our participles.