We've spoken before about the importance of collaboration, and finding fellow travellers whom you can share your comedy writing adventures with.
Co-writing can be a particularly good way of working together. Combinations of writers can be greater than the sum of their parts: each writer's strengths and weaknesses being supported or ameliorated by the other's.
The traditional way of co-writing, in Britain at least, is in a pair. We readily think of Galton & Simpson, Curtis and Elton, Bain and Armstrong. But working in groups larger than two can also bring massive benefits.
Optimising such an approach can take a...