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About Kelly

Kelly Wilson is an author and comedian who entertains and inspires through stories of humor, healing, and hope. She is the author of Live Cheap & Free, Don’t Punch People in the Junk, and Caskets From Costco. Kelly Wilson currently writes for a living and lives with her Magically Delicious husband, junk-punching children, dog, cat, and stereotypical minivan in Portland, Oregon.
21 06, 2016

What To Do When Social Media Sucks

By | June 21st, 2016|My Blog|0 Comments

Social media is the worst. Usually I love social media. Various forms of social media are simply part of my career as an author and comedian. I love the relationships that I've been able to build with people I haven't ever met in real life. I enjoy sharing my creativity with the world through funny [...]

15 06, 2016

My Awesome Go-To Ultimate Comeback to Husband

By | June 15th, 2016|My Blog|4 Comments

For the love of all that is holy, gimme some coffee. As I've written about in Caskets From Costco, I almost died when having my children. I am not above reminding them of it, especially to get what I want. Nor am I above using the same reminders on Husband, who occasionally thinks [...]

10 06, 2016

Why You Need to Stop Reframing Rape Survivors’ Stories

By | June 10th, 2016|My Blog|5 Comments

My wonderful friend Rachel Thompson stopped by Wilson Writes to talk about Brock Turner, the rapist whose now 3-month sentence is basically making the heads of all sexual assault survivors everywhere explode from disbelief, disgust, and the desire to change a culture that condones rape. ****** You may have read about the sickeningly short six-month [...]

10 06, 2016

Authenticity: Is Too Much of it a Bad Thing?

By | June 10th, 2016|My Blog|0 Comments

I actually worry about authenticity and vulnerability in my life. As a writer and comedian, I'm clearly into oversharing. Then I spin into insecurity, wondering if I've shared *too* much at any given time. Am I portraying who I really am, or am I stating who I am and then portraying that? Should I do [...]

7 06, 2016

Latest Stand Up Performance with Stand Up for Mental Health

By | June 7th, 2016|My Blog|1 Comment

June 6th is always a day of remembrance for me. This date is the anniversary of my father-in-law's death, which was 6-6-6, that I wrote about in Caskets From Costco. It seemed so appropriate that my latest stand up gig with Stand Up for Mental Health was scheduled for June 6th. It's a fitting remembrance for [...]

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