USA Today listed Humor Gazette
in its "Hot Sites" feature on March 18.
Mike Durrett's comprehensive
guide to the latest laughs in the
wide world of humor. Check out
Mike's kind words about the Gazette.
Internet Satirical Newspaper Assoc:
"the international cooperative of the best satire newspapers
and ezines on web."
The NetWits is a group of more than
160 online humorists who've joined forces in the name of
Here's an archive of Humor Gazette editor John Breneman's
stuff at his former employer, the Portsmouth (NH) Herald
Patriotic dissident humor.
Offers highly visual look at
George W. Bush's inner jackass.
You can always count on a gut-busting
chortle from the makers of the this satirical newspaper.
Bill Stockton's Satirium draws inspiration from a Roman
wagster named Satirius.
Read what E&P, a leading journal
covering the newspaper industry,
says about the Humor Gazette.
Broken Newz ain't broke. It is one of
the leading satire news sites. It is intended for mature,
and silly, audiences.
Mark Brennaman (no relation) offers a
Fictionary of word play and much more.
As part of our nation's system
checks and balances, Dan Kurtzman keeps his finger on the
pulse of political satire.
Motto: Spreading Rumors, Half-Truths
& Misinformation Since 1789.
PopPolitics is a thought-provoking
that explores the connection between
pop culture and politics.
Loads of laughs and links to
couple dozen humorous columnists.
BBSpot.com bills itself as
"satire for smart people."
It is also the home of Fuzzy Logic.
This is Jim Eccleston's page
who have a deep appreciation for words.
His "disclaimer" alone is worth
the price of admission.
Dude, Michael Moore linked the
Humor Gazette in his March 4, 2004,
"Must Read" report.
Buzzflash, a great source for political commentary, is
extra cool because it sometimes links the Humor Gazette
in its Lighter Side report.
HumorFeed.com is a great news satire service that, hopefully,
will soon be featuring the work of the Humor Gazette.
An E-Zine of Satire, News Parody, Humor, Animation, Art
and Culture, Politics
Timely, hard-hitting, completely
fake news from reporters pretending
to be in every corner of the world.
This comprehensive guide to
all online English-language media recommends the Gazette
under "Coffee Break."
Peter Chianca, a former colleague
and highly decorated humor columnist,
writes his "At Large" column for the
Boston Herald and other papers.
The Bushiad and The Idyossey are inspired by Homer (not