Erma Bombeck was born on February 21, 1927, in Dayton, Ohio, and died April 22, 1996, in San Francisco, California. Bombeck is best know for her satirical look at the daily life of a suburban housewife in the newspaper column, "At Wit's End" which she wrote three times a week for over 900 newspapers. Her books include: _I Lost Everything in the Post-Natal Depression_ published in 1973. _The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank_ published in 1976 and made into a television movie in 1978. _If Life Is a Bowl of Cherries, What Am I Doing in the Pits?_ published in 1978.
Alphabetical listing of quotes with the first few words of each one.
Chat scripts, news articles, favorite columns, archive, registration, workshop tracks, speakers, and writing contest hosted by the University of Dayton.
This online museum celebrates Erma Bombeck's life.
Photographs of the late humorist, her gravesite in Woodland Cemetery, Dayton, Ohio, and interactive visitor comments from Find A Grave.
Midlife Moments columnist Mike Bellah pays tribute to Bombeck.
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