Amanda Deibert


Amanda Deibert is an award winning television and comic book writer.

Currently, she is in her 4th year as the writer for former Vice President Al Gore’s annual broadcast, 24 Hours of Reality. This international broadcast will be live December 3 & 4th and will feature world leaders, scientists, celebrities, live musical performances and many opportunities to get involved in fighting the climate crisis. For more information visit

This summer Amanda was the head writer on multiple pilots for CBS , including the pilot episode for Breakthrough With Dr. Steve Perry, which will air on FOX in January. Other television writing credits include OWN Tonight — the first ever late night aftershow on the Oprah Winfrey Network, SyFy’s Live From Comic Con hosted by Zachary Levi, Take Part Live on PIVOT, The Morning After on HULU, and more.

Amanda’s comic book writing includes the New York Times #1 Bestseller Love is Love, Teen Titans Go!, Batman and Harley Quinn, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman ’77 for DC Comics, the multi-award winning  John Carpenter’s Tales For a HalloweenNight volumes 2, 3 and 4, The Secret Loves of Geeks for Dark Horse and Womanthology for IDW. She also has an upcoming Graphic Novel adaptation based on the book Work For A Million by Eve Zaremba through Bedside Press.

Amanda has also written multiple articles for online platforms, some of which have gone viral and been discussed by News organizations, and radio shows including NPR. Her most popular viral essay "Dear Trump Supporter Who Says They Love Me" gained over half a million views in several days.

You can find her on Twitter 24/7.