Erin Judge is a writer, comedian, host, parent, and lifelong learner based in Los Angeles. She is not very good at baseball.

Erin's debut novel Vow of Celibacy won Best Fiction at the Bi Book Awards and was named a Must-Read Indie Press Book by Book Riot.

Erin also co-hosts Romantic Comedy, the popular monthly comedy showcase at the world-famous Ripped Bodice romance bookstore in LA.  She's done stand-up on NBC (Last Comic Standing), on Comedy Central, at lots of festivals, and on stage in more than 60 cities with the CAKE Comedy Tour. Her comedy album So Many Choices is out on Blonde Medicine.

As a playwright, Erin wrote on Feed (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) and co-wrote the Meaning of Wife (New York Fringe Festival, 4 stars from Time Out New York). She’s written for Vanity Fair, the Advocate, and several prominent online recipe comments sections, and she's been a guest on zillions of podcasts including The JV Club, LGBTQ&A, Baby Geniuses, Bad with Money, and the Dork Forest. She loves talking to interesting people and has moderated panels at the LA Times Festival of Books, LitFest in the Dena, indie bookstores, Pride events, comedy festivals.... pretty much anywhere that lets her. 

Erin tells jokes and writes about queerness, open relationships, bisexuality, sexuality in general, body image, culture, family, and her life. She loves words, feelings, ideas, mysticism, humans, justice, love, friendship, art, science, and comedy. She’s currently working on a horror screenplay, a couple of TV pilots about chosen families, and a novel about a bunch of dudes getting their emotional acts together.