Frequently Asked Questions

Published on March th, 2011



STAGE TIME is an online magazine that covers the craft and business of stand-up comedy.

Is the magazine free?


Is STAGE TIME a print magazine?

No. The magazine is available online.

How is STAGE TIME different from other comedy and humor sites?

STAGE TIME is a leading comedy resource that covers the art and business of stand-up comedy. Founded in 2005 by a comedian and created for aspiring and professional comedians, STAGE TIME is a purpose-driven publication with a strong focus on the art of stand-up comedy. Our objective is to empower and educate through informative interviews, career advice articles, thought-provoking commentary, and provide media support for talented comedians.

Interview and Review Requests

I am a comedian and would like to be featured in the magazine. How do I send a query?

The best way to reach us is by email. Send a query introducing yourself and copy bio and/or resume in the body of the email. Be sure to include links to your website or Facebook fan page and video clips. Please familiarize yourself with the magazine and tell us why you would be a great fit. Email:

How do I submit my CD/DVD or book for review?

Please send review materials and press kit to our mailing address. Feel free to send us an email to let us know that you’re sending your product for review. Review materials can be sent to STAGE TIME Magazine, 70A Greenwich Ave., #252, New York, NY 10011.

I would like to advertise on the site? What is the next step?

Our growing readership includes stand-up comedians (professional and aspiring), writers (comedy and media), entertainment industry professionals, talent bookers and managers, and stand-up comedy enthusiasts. We offer a variety banner sizes for your ad space needs at competitive rates. For more information, please email us at advertise[at]

Writer’s Submissions

I would like to contribute. How do I submit a story idea?

We are accepting interviews, reviews, blogs and essays about working in the comedy business. You can email your proposed subject and explain why the story is ideal for the magazine. Be sure to introduce yourself and tell us about your comedy and writing background.

Note: Please familiarize yourself with the magazine and read the current and back issues before pitching a story idea. Avoid pitching story ideas that have already been covered in the magazine (i.e. Last Comic Standing auditions and the N-Word) unless you have a fresh slant on the topic.