Amanda Deibert

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

She is currently spending her third year as the writer for former Vice President Al Gore’s 24 Hours of Reality. This year's broadcast 24 Hours Of Reality: Be The Voice of Reality will once again be hosted by former Vice President Al Gore and feature world leaders, celebrities, business visionaries, scientists,and musical performances. Be the Voice of Reality will travel the globe LIVE for 24 straight hours on Dec 4th and 5th. https://www.climaterealityproject.org/video/24-hours-reality-2017-be-voice-reality

Last year's 24 Hours of Reality: The Road Forward was an award winning, international broadcast watched on television in over 100 countries, reaching more than 225 million households on television and also online where it became YouTube’s #1 livestream of all time with 30 million live views.  The Previous year Amanda wrote 24 Hours of Reality: The Road To Paris. 

 

This summer she was part of the writing staff for SyFy’s Live From Comic Con hosted by Zachary Levi. Before that she was the Head Writer for the first ever late night aftershow on the Oprah Winfrey Network OWN Tonight.

 

Other television credits include the cable late night show Take Part Live on Pivot, PopSugar Now on POP, The Morning After on Hulu, the Emmy nominated web show What’s Trending and various syndicated comedy clip shows and viral videos. 

Amanda’s comic book writing includes the New York Times #1 Bestseller Love is Love, Batman and Harley Quinn, Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman and Wonder Woman ’77 for DC Comics,  John Carpenter’s Tales For a HalloweenNight volumes 2, 3 and 4, the upcoming The Secret Loves of Geeks for Dark Horse and Womanthology for IDW.

She has also written articles for online publications such as XO Jane, and CafeMom. Including the viral essay "Dear Trump Supporter Who Says They Love Me" which gained half a million views in several days.Many of her essays and tweets have been discussed on NPR and have gone viral on several platforms.