Daniel Kurtzman

  • Has been widely cited as an expert on political humor by major media outlets around the country
  • Author of two political humor books
  • Articles have appeared in The New York Times, the ​San Francisco Chronicle, and the Funny Times

Experience

Daniel Kurtzman, a former Washington correspondent turned political satirist, has written political commentaries and humor articles that have appeared in The New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and the Funny Times. He is ​the author of dueling political humor books, "" and "." He has been widely cited as an expert on political humor by major media outlets around the country, while appearing as a commentator on CNN and ABC radio. 

Education

Daniel Kurtzman received his bachelor's degree in political science from the University of California, Davis.

Publications

Daniel Kurtzman is the author of two political humor books:

  • "How to Win a Fight With a Conservative"
  • "How to Win a Fight With a Liberal"

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