PODCAST 055: “Delanie Fischer, Dicks By Delanie”

In a Skype interview, Dylan chats with artist and podcaster DELANIE FISCHER! We chat about her new company Dicks By Delanie, bring part of the trio from the Self-Helpless podcast and her time as a comedian (which she retired from earlier this year)!


Describe What You Do.

How Did You Get To Where You Are Today?

Who Inspires You?

What Situations Are Most Creative For You?


Dicks by Delanie is a specialty dishware company – or “dickware,” if you will, founded by comedian Delanie Fischer. DBD offers a unique, high quality alternative to your run-of-the-mill plastic penis-themed merchandise, and Delanie prides herself on creating safe, eco-friendly, and charitable products – using non-toxic and xylene free materials, recycled packaging, and donating 5% of all profits to women in need. Every piece of dickware consists of original art, hand-painted and baked by Delanie. No two are the same!

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Self Helpless Podcast

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Stand-Up Comedy

Who is Your Favorite Muppet? Why? Miss Piggy
In The Movie Of Your Life, Who Would Play You? Julia Stiles, Ellen Page, Etc.


Delanie Fischer is a comedian, producer, and business owner. She has been featured on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, co-wrote and appeared in Lifetime’s Bad Tutor, and executive produced the docu-comedy special, Love at First Cousin, which is set to release in fall of 2018.

Delanie was a Religious Studies major at UC Santa Barbara where she would sit in the audience of the student-run comedy show, Laughology, every Saturday night. By her senior year, with the encouragement of a close friend and a couple of shots of tequila, she worked up the courage to perform in front of 250 of her peers on the Laughology stage.

Fischer immersed herself in the Los Angeles comedy scene. She co-produced and co-hosted, The Nine Drink Minimum – one of the most popular live shows in LA during its run, graduated from The Second City Conservatory and UCB Improv Program, and co-created and co-starred in an improvised web series nominated for the best comedic ensemble at LA Webfest, Two Inches Apart.

Delanie currently co-hosts a top iTunes and Spotify podcast, Self-Helpless, and runs the successful “dickware” company, Dicks by Delanie – a true passion project for Fischer that combines her love of comedy, art, and charity into one venture. Despite these accomplishments, Delanie’s mother is disappointed that she hasn’t given her grandchildren, and is now seeking them elsewhere.

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