The Humor and Life, in Particular Website

Author, Freelance Writer:  Margie Culbertson

Created August, 1997!

Last updated June 8, 2020.

Avoid the rush.

M & M's dancing

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Get our brand new book!
It includes 12 years worth of hilarity —
almost 70 of our
Humor Writing Contest
winning entries

Laugh Your Shorts Off

Laugh Your Shorts Off:
Short stories to make you giggle by award–winning writers

Available now on

Be sure to visit the: 

Humor Writing Contest Archives ...

1997–2004:  Including October 1997's winning entry from
W. Bruce Cameron 8 Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter

And visit the: 

Humor Writing Contest Archives II ...

(to find humor entries from 2005 through the present!)

Note:   December 2009 was our final contest.
It's been fun.

Ready for some laugh–out–loud, homespun humor?

Just sit back and make yourself at home.
Click on any of the pictures and just wander around . . .


man with recycling bin on his head

Separation Anxiety: A Play

by Feature Writer, Ed Tasca

french fries on a tray

The Horrible, Dramatic, Wonderful, and Trivial Case of Harper Jones

by Guest Writer, Katy Lucas

park bench

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The Coyote Times Classifieds

man laughing

Country Humor
Fried Chicken, Cupcakes, and Gossip

animated rabbit

Life, in Particular

Margie's free–wheeling essays about nothing in particular.

animals in box

Dog Tales (and other tails)

baby in washtub

Good News Gazette! (All Good News from All Over the World)

3 monkeys

About Me

my home and my family
(Well, sort of. You'll see.)

crayon box

The Word Poetic


My short, published nonfiction

animated light bulb

Margie's Ideas for Writing and Humorists

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Writer's Resources!

Resource Links for Freelance and Professional Writers

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Now more guest writers!

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old b/w drawing of writer

Guest Writers' Pages!

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The Small Print

Take a moment . . . Click on this link and read
the lyrics of a song by James Taylor From Belfast to Boston.
It's a beautiful song written about peace.
James Taylor

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