David Hochman writes every day.
His work appears in The New York Times, Esquire, Forbes, GQ, Details, Parade, AARP Magazine, Food + Wine, Town & Country, Reader’s Digest, Playboy, Daily Candy, InStyle, Travel + Leisure, Fortune, TV Guide and other publications now in heaven.
He writes books, too, some of which have his name on them.
He writes about amusements, luminaries, wonders, adventures, indulgences and 30-day family experiments.
A long time ago, David started Upod, an online resource and community for freelancers.
He graduated from Vassar, with a degree in English, and from Columbia Journalism School, where he learned the six questions never to ask on an interview (he now asks them all the time).
David was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania, started his career in Manhattan and now lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Ruth Kennison, a chocolate maker, and their son, Sebastian, a chocolate eater.
David writes about himself in the third person.