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WatermarkedPictureAs a general rule, I’m not comfortable writing my own bio. It’s hard to know what, if anything about my life or credentials, would be of interest to anyone else. But I understand that such items are wise to have on file in case a quick eulogy is needed. So, should I get eaten by a Great White shark, feel free to have a D-list celebrity read this aloud at whatever gas station people are solemnly gathering near for my candlelight vigil. (A few flowers would be nice, now that I think about it… and maybe a chocolate fondue fountain…)

Alison Grambs is the author of “Here’s Why I Suck, Gramma…A Bedtime Story For Grown-Ups Who Need To Grow Up”, “The Man Translator”, “The Smart Girl’s Guide To Getting Even”, and four children’s joke books. A graduate of Haverford College with a degree in English Literature, she worked at the legendary Friars Club as a staff writer, event producer, and the Director of Membership. Her writing has been featured in “MAD Magazine”, “The New York Times”, “The Huffington Post”, “One for the Table”, as well as on the “Today” show and in “The Daily News”. As a tween, she played Pepper in the 2nd National Tour of “Annie”, and later studied Drama at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York. A former cast member of the national comedy improvisation touring company, “Chicago City Limits”, she’s done various radio, theatrical, and television spots including performing her personal essays in the show, “Word: The Story Telling Show” and a couple of commercials and print ads no one ever saw. She and her husband live in Manhattan with their rescue pup, and can often be seen road-tripping around the country, either by car, motorcycle, or with a flock of pigeons. Her website is