Adam Rotstein (@madamepotstein) and Alt Comedy on Twitter

Rebecca Caplan (@RabbiReba) on Aggressively Specific Comedy and Giving It Her All

If You’re Not Following Taylor Garron (@casualafro) on Twitter, Go Do It Now – I’ll Wait

Taylor Kay Phillips (@TayKayPhillips) on Double Standards, Musical Theater, and Wings

@GregMania on His Comedic Persona and “Being Louder Than Hate”

Felipe Torres Medina (@FelipeTorresMed) on Important Issues Like Cultural Differences and Groundhog Day

Karly Brooks (@brookskarly) Doesn’t Need 280 Characters

Mia Mercado (@miamarket) on Using Twitter to Develop Longer Material and (Not) Being Chill

@JacobPierce015 Is on Both the Funny and Political Sides of Twitter

@IrvingRuan on Being Both a Comedian and an Asian-American Comedian

Matt Grote (@feMANism) on Joke Structures, Garfield, and Being a Teenage Ira Glass

@SierraKatow on Mulan, Crocs, and Accepting Compliments

@JoePalana on DiGiorno and Other Things, But Mostly DiGiorno

Liz Hynes (@chancellorliz) on Her “Twitter Voice” and (Accidentally) Getting Featured on ‘Breitbart’

Jacob Smith (@jacobjargon) on Elena Kagan, Selena Gomez, and ‘Glee’

Patti Harrison (@Party_Harderson) on Song Parodies and Dumb Points of View

@KatieBarsotti on Murder, Witches, and Female Privilege