About Us

Jay Dyckman‘s humor writing can be found at popular online publications McSweeney's Internet Tendency (mscweeneys.net) and The Morning News.com. 

Robin Epstein, a former sitcom writer for ABC, co-authored the novel Shaking Her Assets (Berkley Books, 2005), wrote “The Groovy Girls” series (Scholastic) and is a contributor to NPR’s “This American Life.” Currently, Epstein is the lead writer on a video game for Mattel and teaches Advanced Sitcom Writing at NYU.

Rob Kutner is an Emmy-award-winning writer for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart,” who has also written for HBO’s “Dennis Miller Live,” “The John Henson Show,” and published humor pieces in The New York Times, Esquire, Los Angeles Times, and Maxim.

Joel Levinson has been doing double duty as a Jewish songleader by day and a stand-up comedian at night since 2001. Joel's adult comedy has been featured on Howard Stern and the Red Peters Show. As a songleader he was Temple Judea Religious school music director in Los Angeles, and traveled the country as BBYO's wandering convention and conclave minstrel from 2002-2006.

Stephen Levinson is the co-founder of the comedy website, Supermasterpiece.com. His video work frequently screens at LA's Channel101 and he has appeared on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.

Adam Markowitz has written for “Dennis Miller Live, written a comedy pilot for Warner Brothers, and is the author of the upcoming book "Jewtopia," based on the the hit play.

Michael Rotman is an Emmy nominated writer for Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. He has also written/produced/directed many shows including: The Simple Life, South Park, Rocket Power and Why Can't I Be You. Michael's film Star Wait - about the people who waited in line for 6 weeks to see Star Wars: Episode II has nationwide distribution in the the US and Canada. You can see more of Michael's comedy at: www.hackcomic.com.

Jacob Sager Weinstein has won a Writers’ Guild Award for his work on HBO’s Emmy-winning “Dennis Miller Live” and is an occasional contributor to The Onion. He is the co-author of The Government Manual for New Superheroes and The Government Manual for New Wizards.

Sheryl Zohn is a Writer’s Guild Award nominee who has written for a variety of TV shows, including Showtime's "Penn & Teller: Bullshit!" VH1's "Best Week Ever," and Comedy Central.