Who the heck is The Laughing Redhead?

The Laughing Redhead is me, t.r. logan, aka Teresa Roberts Logan.

I write and draw humor and spooky stuff, and provide content for publishing, animation, books, and product. I also love talking about the process with other artists and writers.

I do kabillions of cartoons and jokes and greeting cards. I was nominated for a Reuben Award by the National Cartoonists Society for my greeting cards; I spend most of my days (read: nights) putting humor and spooky stuff on the page, in script or cartoon form. Currently I’m working on my graphic novel, HAINT BLUE, (an autobiographical supernatural story), and my web comic, FOG OF WORRY. I’m proud to be a regular contributor to MAGIC BULLET, DC’s awesome FREE all-comics newspaper, created and published and distributed by Washington, DC area artists/writers. I am also a contributor to THE CARTOON CRIER, a nationally distributed  all-comics newspaper about responses to grief, published by the Center for Cartoon Studies.

Books which contain my funny stuff (cartoons and columns): “The Older I Get, The Less I Care” (Andrews McMeel Publishing), “Laughing Out Loud” (Hallmark Gift Books), “Humor for a Sister’s Heart” (Howard Publishing), “Mug of Woe,” “All Woe Great and Small,” “Woe of Dating,” (just released) “Wreck the Halls,” (Mug of Woe Publishing)

I’ve done a lot of standup comedy and storytelling, through such venues as: HBO, Comedy Channel, A&E, Catch A Rising Star, Gotham Comedy Club, The Metropolitan Room NYC, Zanies, and Comedy Works . . . and have worked with Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen DeGeneres, Drew Carey, Paula Poundstone, as well as many other famous and not–so-famous funny people.

To contact me for WRITING, STORYTELLING, or ARTs events such as COMICCON panels, please email me directly at LaughingRedhead@mac.com, visit my Facebook page (Laughing Redhead Studio), or Tweet me (@LaughingRedhead).

For COMEDY giggin’ only, please call my bookings manager Donna East at 646.245.0080.

 

This is my hair, and it is really really white.

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15 thoughts on “Who the heck is The Laughing Redhead?

  1. T,
    I’m pretending that I know you well. How come I’m only the third person to click like on this page? Your work (including your “About” page) is way better than three.
    Sincerely,
    M
    Ps- Nobody calls me M.

  2. Luuuuuurve your stuff and read your posts every day, LRH (how’s that for presumptuousness? A whole new initial-based nickname). Found you through your gravatar on someone else’s site, but you’re now on my community board and I’d really like to feature some of your work on my blog in the future with links back to your site. My audience (ha! check me out with my delusions of grandeur – what I mean by that is, the few dozen kind people who swing by my blog occasionally, plus my mum) would love it as much as I do. You should have a LOT more people appreciating your stuff.

  3. Thanks sooooooo much!! I thought I posted a reply to you EONS ago, but I don’t see it here!! So anyway, THANKS. I love that you want to help me get my work out there – and so glad you like my gravatar! I want to be able to say “my audience” with confidence, toooooo!

  4. Hey Theresa! I’m delivering not one, but two of your birthday cards tonight! Thinking of you and Tom, drawing cartoons of people’s dogs in Sierra Madre: “Does your dog have any hobbies?” You and your art rock!

  5. Hi I’m a webcomic cartoonist for PsychoticParrotPress.com and I am trying to find somebody to split table space and badge cost with for awesome con 2014. Would you be interested?

    Respectfully,
    Chris Elliott

    Sent from my iPhone

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