David Martin (humorist)
David Martin (born March 23, 1950) is a lawyer by training and a retired federal public servant. He is now a full-time writer of short humour and political satire, and from 2010 to 2012 had a bi-weekly humour column in The Ottawa Citizen. Martin has been writing op-ed pieces and humorous essays for more than 25 years and his work has appeared on the op-ed pages of most major North American daily newspapers including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune, The L.A. Times, and The Globe and Mail. His work has also appeared in magazines such as Newsweek and Smithsonian Magazine. He is also the author of My Friend W, a collection of his political satire published in 2005 by Arriviste Press, and Dare to be Average, a collection of his humour pieces published in 2010 by Lulu.com. His most recent humour collection entitled Screams & Whispers was published in 2013 and is available on Amazon.com and Amazon.ca.
- My Friend W (2005) ISBN 0-9746270-2-X
- Dare to be Average (2010) ISBN 978-0-557-44481-6
- Screams & Whispers (2013) ISBN 978-1482395327
- King Donald I (2016) ISBN 978-1537150949
- "Meanwhile: Bush's gifts to posterity." International Herald Tribune, 31 March 2006
- "Misfortune Cookies"
- "Domestic Bliss - The Kama Sutra of Housework"
- Huffington Post Canada
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