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WRITING

Michael Pomranz is a versatile writer and editor who began working professionally in 2004.

His work has appeared in a wide array of places including Food & Wine, Comedy Central, TIME, Tasting Table, Playboy, Eater, MTV, AOL, People, VinePair, Yahoo, Travel + Leisure, Huffington Post, Extra Crispy, Fatherly, Nickelodeon, truTV and Everyday with Rachel Ray.

His diverse interests have inspired him to cover a broad range of topics such as the largest fast food chains you have never heard of, ranking every David Bowie album ever released, interviewing some of America’s best brewers, and Rebecca Black’s “Friday” (the popularity of which he was proudly credited with launching). His style is an impassioned mix of factual accuracy, sharp wit and unwanted opinions.

Mike has also written for TV and film, including concept development with FOX TV, optioning a children’s pilot and being hired to co-write a feature film treatment. He also has a pile of original pilot and feature film scripts stacked up in his apartment he’d like you to come over and purchase.

 

SEEN BELOW: Billy Schulz is a short film starring Rick Overton that I co-wrote, acted in and associate produced.

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