Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love

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Atlantic Monthly Press, 1997 - Humor - 177 pages
Bold and brazen, this brilliantly funny take on love and sex in the self-help world discloses the secret goings-on at a host of love and sex seminars geared toward helpless adults. Merrill Markoe has a keen eye for the little lunacies of modern living.--The New York Times.

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Markoe (How to Be Hap-Hap-Happy Like Me, 1994), a columnist and Emmy Awardwinning former writer for David Letterman, is like a sassy friend who's fun to spend time with—although maybe not too much ... Read full review


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With four EmmysR to her credit--not to mention a history of bad relationships--humorist Markoe claims to have the answers for anyone curious about love. Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Was the head writer and producer of The David Letterman Show for which she won several Emmys for comedy writing. She was a regular contributor to Not Necessarily the News and wrote and performed in several comedy specials for HBO, winning Writer's Guild and Ace Awards. She has been a regular contributor to magazines such as New York Woman and Woman's Day and her essays appeared in several other national magazines as well. She is the author of What the Dog's Have Taught Me and Other Things I've Learned, How to be Hap-Hap-Happy Like Me, Merrill Markoe's Guide to Love and a children's book, When My Dogs Became Guys. Current work from Merrill Markoe can be found at Oxygen: The Read. She lives in Los Angeles.

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