Jeremy Blachman

2020-21: Working on a new novel as well as a number of exciting book projects for clients.  Release from Wiley in Fall 2020: The Patient Equation, co-authored with a leader in the field of clinical drug trials.  Released in February 2021: a project on leadership from a major publisher.  Two books in the pipeline for 2022, from William Morrow and Harper Leadership.  Recently helped a leading law firm partner with a memoir, developed a book proposal for a global expert in Human Resources, collaborated with a technologist on a book about workplace productivity, and wrote an inspirational book about triumphing over adversity for a top financial executive.  If you’re looking for help telling your story– in print, television, or film– send me an e-mail to get in touch.

2018-19: Humor pieces forthcoming in Parents Magazine, What’s Up Moms, and elsewhere, in addition to a potential new television project in development.  Blogging about parenthood here.

2017 NEWS: The Curve (co-written with Cameron Stracher) was developed for television with Warner Bros. and NBC, with a pilot script I co-wrote with Jeff Rake.  My book, Year of the Rooster, a history of the Israeli tech giant Conduit, was published in Israel.  I am also at work on book projects with a leading Silicon Valley entrepreneur, a Wall Street CEO, and a medical technology pioneer.

PUBLISHED in June 2016: My second novel, The Curve (co-written with Cameron Stracher), available on Amazon.  The book is a satire about a corrupt, Trump University-esque law school, set on the banks of the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn.  Check out the website here, and some reviews here, here, and here.

Previously: I’m the author of Anonymous Lawyer, a satirical novel about law firms (called “wickedly amusing” by USA Today), which you can order on Amazon, or find out more about at my parody law firm site, Anonymous Law Firm.  The novel developed from a blog I began while a student at Harvard Law School.  I blogged about my law school experience here.

Anonymous Lawyer was in development for television with Sony and NBC and is currently being developed for film.

In addition, I work as a ghostwriter-for-hire, freelance editor and consultant for experienced and aspiring writers of books and television, and am a frequently-published humor writer with work featured in a variety of publications, including The Wall Street Journal, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and many other sites that fall somewhere in between.  I often write about parenting for Medium, Parents Magazine, and other publications. In addition, with Hyperactive Content, I developed a kids’ web series for Nickelodeon, titled “Roast Beef and Roger.”

Check out my recent writing by clicking on the Writing Links tab, or right here.

And shoot me an e-mail if you have a project you think I could help with.

5 responses to “Jeremy Blachman

  1. hi i just wanted to let you know i read the nursery school addmissions essay, it was very good. i liked it alot. i got so into however that i wanted to read more. i wanted to know if billy got into the school or what adventures he could have. i know it was suppose to be a short (i think) but have you thought of writing more?

  2. Jeremy, I’d like to apply to be the Realtor for the start-up employees. Surely, the other (wait)staff will be too busy.

  3. intrepidnetwork

    Good one on Starbucks. Great read.

  4. Sandra McCash

    “Anonymous Lawyer” is one of the funniest books I have ever read…LMAO! I’m a legal assistant…oops…secretary by profession in Ontario, Canada and hope your “firm” plans to open an office in Toronto anytime soon, wink wink.

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