About Overthinking It
Overthinking It subjects the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn’t deserve.
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Matthew Wrather, Editor-in-Chief of Overthinking It, is an actor living in LA. He has been a writer, tower bell-ringer, birthday party clown, poet, janitor, and call center manager. He also has a Twitter and a Tumblr.
Mark Lee is, depending on the day and the hour, a management consultant, a musician, a technologist, and one of the managing editors for Overthinking It. He is a devoted fan of the Terminator movies and Microsoft Excel. Follow him on Twitter: @goestotwelve.
John Perich's new novel, Too Late to Run, is available for Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook.
Matthew Belinkie is the creator of the 40 Inspirational Speeches video and a Contributing Editor of Overthinking It.
Fenzel is a writer and improv comedian based in Cambridge, MA. A performer at Cambridge-based ImprovBoston (where he helped found Uniprov, the world's first unicycle improv group), he also coaches developing improv comedians, writes on various topics, and dances up a storm.
Stokes wrote the theme song for the OTI podcast. He lives in Inwood now.
Overthinking It occasionally publishes guest articles from our partners in the OTI-verse. (Open pitches for guest articles are currently closed.)
Mlawski is the author of YA fantasy Hammer of Witches from Tu Books/Lee & Low. Follow her on Twitter, or on her website, on GoodReads, and on Facebook. Basically the social media have taken over her life. Pity her.
Think Tank is an occasional series of articles written by Overthinkers in collaboration and friendly competition.
Ben Adams used to drive ships and fight pirates, but now makes his living as a lawyer who should probably be using his time more effectively.
Sheely had the title and titular line in Out of Africa.
Shechner's a biochemist, saxophonist and verbal contortionist living and making the appearance of working in Cambridge, MA. He and his wife were seriously *thiiiiis* close to naming their newborn son "Optimus." They opted instead for "Frodo."