Alison Stevenson is a comedian and writer. She frequently contributes to VICE, and Filmdrunk as well as perform stand up comedy.
Barbara Gray is a comedian and writer in Los Angeles. She loves you. Listen to her podcast Lady to Lady or check out her pizza tweets.
Daniel is a WGA writer who has written for TV shows on the Disney Channel, and the CW, among others. He created Oishi High School Battle on Youtube which to date has over 35 Million views. He has a very strong upper body, but weak legs. If you saw his legs you would like almost nothing about them. When machines become sentient and take over he plans to immediately sell out the human race and grovel for scraps at the feet of the machines.
Grant Pardee is a writer and comedian in Los Angeles. He contributes to VICE and Funny Or Die.
Josh Androsky quit high school early to pursue his love of television. By 20, he was a full time writer. He wrote/produced FOX’s New Year’s Eve Live, Reality Remix, Current’s SuperNews, and other awful shows he hopes you never google. At 23, Josh felt trapped, until he did his first open mic. Free of network notes from Business Majors, Josh thrived in the LA comedy scene. He started a show on the steps of City Hall, went viral eating shrooms/getting weird as The Skateboard Rabbi on The Price is Right, performed at SF Sketchfest, appeared on This American Life, and contributes to VICE.
Matt Blitz is the person you want to take on a road trip with you. He knows every obscure, odd, and downright awesome stop to make while traveling America. Based out of Los Angeles, he's written for CNN, Atlas Obscura, Nickelodeon, The Smart Set, and Today I Found Out. He will also insist on stopping at every diner and waffle house on said road trip.
Matt Wilkie is a writer, puppeteer, and puppet builder living in Los Angeles by way of Pennsylvania. He has puppeteered for music videos for Aimee Mann and J Mascis, and has built puppets that have been featured on Funny or Die, at The Upright Citizens' Brigade Theatre, and on Adult Swim. His writing is also pretty good, I guess, whatever.
Megan KoesterAuthor Website
Megan Koester is a writer and comedian living in–wait for it–Los Angeles. You can follow her on Twitter @bornferal.
Mike Pearl is a news contributor for VICE, Grist, Deathandtaxesmag and others. He takes public transportation and the vegetarian option when possible.
Nick von KellerAuthor Website
Nick von Keller is a writer living in Los Angeles. His work has been featured on Comedy Central, Fark, Funny or Die, Cracked, Mondo Media, Current TV, and Channel 101, among others. A Watson Fellowship recipient, he has also won the LA Comedy Shorts Film Festival Screenwriting Competition, placed as a Finalist in the LA Comedy Fest Screenwriting Competition, and had the highest rated comedy pilot on The Black List as of December 2013. He is not to be trusted.
Rick Broida has spent the last 25 years writing about technology in all its forms. A self-proclaimed cheapskate, he authors an eponymous blog for CNET. He is also a contributor to CNET's iPhone Atlas and Ehow Tech. Broida's book credits include the best-selling "How to Do Everything with Your Palm Handheld" and the more recent "The Cheapskate Rules: 21 Easy Money-Saving Tech Secrets."
Rye Silverman is a writer and comedian based in Los Angeles who has been seen on the Fusion channel and in the Women in Comedy Festival. Rye has also been a contributor to the Huffington Post and runs a blog about style, pop culture, and gender called Chick Like Me.
Tamra BrownAuthor Website
Tamra is a writer/comedian and the only person in L.A. who uses public transportation. She likes dive bars, mid-century Americana, and classic cars. She talks about them on her kitschy travel podcast called Down & Dirty Travel.
Whitney TeubnerAuthor Website
Whitney Teubner is a writer based out of Los Angeles. She has written for VICE and the Adult Swim network. Her work has also been featured on the front page of FunnyorDie and The Huffington Post. Follow her on Twitter @Whitneyteubs
Zach AmesAuthor Website
Zach Ames is a writer and comic living in Los Angeles. I er.. He was originally from Chattanooga, TN where he was a member of the Chattanooga Boys' Choir. My uh Zach's eyes are bluer than the ocean and he has the voice of an angel.