Ben Karlin was an early editor of The Onion before heading to Hollywood to work on film and television projects. He eventually helped create the Jon Stewart version of The Daily Show as it’s head writer and eventually Executive Producer. He was lead writer on the Daily Show’s enormously succesful book, “America: The Book.” He co-created The Colbert Report, then quit, in part to edit the new book “Things I’ve Learned From Women Who’ve Dumped Me.” The book is a collection of essays on, well, the subject in the title.
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