SplitSider interviews Lane Moore about women in comedy, gender, sexism, and stand-up.
SplitSider praises jokes written by Lane Moore, calling them “some of the most incisive, cutting, and honest comic takes about the darkest issues we face at Americans.”
Time Out: New York cites Lane Moore’s stand-up performance alongside fellow Onion writers and editors as their critics pick.
Former Dilbert producer calls Lane Moore’s critique of Dilbert creator Scott Adams’ misogynist statements, “so freaking funny.”
Anti-street harassment organization Hollaback! founder Emily May said she hopes “One day Lane Moore will be Hollaback’s resident comedian.”
Poets & Writers features Lane Moore’s creative writing workshop in their pick of the week.
Lane Moore with Gloria Steinem