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Brooke Preston is a writer and performer based in Ohio. Her satire has appeared in The New York Times, The Cut, Real Simple, McSweeney’s, The Second City, Men’s Health, Funny or Die, Romper, Reductress, and others. A former Second City faculty member, she co-founded The Belladonna and co-wrote the satire book New Erotica for Feminists based off the viral McSweeney’s piece of the same name. She is now the head writer for the annual Thurber Prize for American Humor ceremony.