Dana Eagle’s not your run-of-the-mill comedian. For instance, we assume very few comedians have had the opportunity to be on the receiving end of the legendary Roseanne Barr saying she wants to “hear more about you, growing up and becoming the odd person that you are,” in front of millions of viewers across the world. Dana already has that under her comedic belt.
Knock Knock’s newest book, In Heroes We Trust: Street Artists and Their Heroes, hit shelves this summer. We chatted with its curator, Neely Shearer on her background with fashion, street art, and how the book transpired.
Author Megan Rubiner Zinn isn’t your average mom. Growing up in the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan surrounded by her clever, loud, and funny family, Megan was destined for a life as a humorist. Her sharp wit has taken her further than she ever dreamed—and eventually to Knock Knock’s door with her hilariously atypical baby book, Our Precious Pooper.
We made it to the White House! (Sort of.) Knock Knock had the honor of contributing two of our classic notepads (Pack This! and All Out Of) to the guests of this year’s TIME and People Pre-White House Correspondents’ Cocktail Party—adding a little wit to the busy lifestyles of the elite.
We’re celebrating Women’s History Month by reflecting on (a very small sampling of) the accomplishments women have achieved throughout history—including the badass female entrepreneurs out there like our fearless leader, Jen Bilik. Several Knock Knock team members share their personal heroines and how each inspires us.