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One Year Anniversary Special

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I’ve been creating the podcast Death Is Hilarious for a year now. If you’re new to the podcast,  It’s a show that explores how we as comedians and creatives use comedy and dark humor to cope with grief through storytelling and jokes.

All together, I’ve produced over 100 podcast episodes to date. So in honor of all of this and many other milestones I mention in the show,  I’d like to share with you some of my favorite moments from the past 35 episodes that have given me hope, perspective, and laughter.

This episode features

Michael Drane

(professor at Antioch University and host of Unpopular Culture Podcast)

Glen Tickle

(stand-up comedian, “Good Grief”)

Rich Kiamco

(stand-up comedian, Bravo’s “Queer Eye For The Straight Guy,” Netflix/Buzzfeed’s “Follow This,” and the Broadway Comedy Club)

Reagan J. Pasternak

(Actress seen in HBO’s “Sharp Objects”, Syfy’s “Wynonna Earp,” Netflix/HULU/HBO’s “Being Erica”, BET’s “Ms. Pat,” and author of “Griffin’s Heart: Mourning Your Pet With No Apologies – A Memoir, Healing Journal, and Keepsake”)

Shyni

(Lipstick Laundry Podcast)

Lisa Keefauver

(MSW and host of the podcast “Grief is a Sneaky B!tch”).


To get in touch, email deathishilarious@gmail.com. You can support the podcast by subscribing, becoming a patron at patreon.com/deathishilarious, or by simply sharing the show with your friends and on social media.

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