Kate Thorman is a freelance writer and editor, based in Brooklyn, New York. Her work includes screenwriting for film and TV; food, travel, and lifestyle journalism and editing; copywriting; social media strategy; marketing and brand development; fiction writing; and more. Her work has appeared in such publications as AFAR, Bon Appétit, The Week, and Drift. She was previously an editor for Mr & Mrs Smith and a co-founder and -producer of Abbott & West Productions. Editing clients have included Bon Appétit, and copywriting clients have included Chandelier Creative and Oyster.com. She is also a co-founder of Part Time Vegan.
Since 2004, she has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, DC, Paris, Istanbul, London, and New York City, and somehow found time to travel around the world, too. These experiences – and those of her current travels – inspire her writing.
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Currently, her work can be found at:
– Stop Being Intimidated by Wine, America
– We Made a Donald Trump-Inspired Cocktail That You Probably Don’t Want to Drink
– 16 Reasons to Have Cutlets (or Schnitzel or Tonkatsu or…) for Dinner
– 26 (Surprisingly Easy) Recipes to Make You Say: “Pork. It’s What’s for Dinner.”
– How to pick souvenirs your friends will actually want
– How to survive a long-haul flight
– 6 essential travel phrases you should master before any trip
– Why it pays to be nice to flight attendants
– How much to tip? A guide for globetrotters
– Cuba’s Old Clothes, Made New, October 2013 (print version)
– The Best Hotels in Copenhagen
– The Best Hotels in Austin
– The Best Hotels in Los Angeles
– The Best Hotels in Amsterdam
– The Best Hotels in San Sebastián
– The Best Hotels in Madrid
– The Best Hotels in Florence
– The Best Hotels in Genoa
– The Best Hotels in the Napa Valley
– The Best Hotels in Brussels
– The Best Hotels in Portland
– The Best Hotels in Santa Fe
– The Best Hotels in Stockholm
– The Best Hotels in Washington, DC
– The Best Hotels in Siem Reap
– What Makes a Smith Hotel?