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Why hire a freelance pop culture writer?

Pop culture is an ever-changing industry, and you need a writer who can keep up. A freelance pop culture writer functions as a jack-of-all-trades, knowing everything there is to know about music, movies, TV shows, comics, games, and more. Want a full biography about your readers’ favorite celebrities? They can do that. Need a list of the Top Console Games released this month? They can do that too.

You’ll find a full list of pop culture writers on Scripted, and you can narrow things down by genre too. We have music writers, TV writers, movie reviewers, and more. You can discuss things like pricing, project details, and your goals directly with the writer via the Scripted platform. Best of all, our freelance pop culture writers are happy to work on a short-term or long-term basis to fit your business needs.

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Michael N

Boston, Massachusetts, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Experienced journalist, writer, PR professional, marketing professional, and cat juggler*. Veteran content producer. *That one's not true. Yet.

Customer Ratings: 715

Sarah H

Last online about 7 hours

My name is Sarah Huard. I have experience as a writer in a variety of industries, including but not limited to health and medicine, fitness, software and technology. I have completed over 250 projects for satisfied clients, and I have never had a negative client review. I am committed to providing clients with the ideal experience and the ideal content for every need.

Customer Ratings: 20

Zach R

Truckee, California, United States • Last online about 1 hour

Zach is a well-established content writer and digital marketing professional. From small businesses to large enterprise companies, Zach can effectively craft words that resonate with the right audience. And when it comes to deadlines and responsiveness, he always ensures to get orders done quickly and respond to clients at lightning-speed. Given that Zach has worked a variety of positions in the marketing field and has been a professional freelance writer for the past two years, he has what it takes to propel your content to the next level.

Customer Ratings: 73
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Read Sample Pop Culture Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect pop culture content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our pop culture writers:

Good Japanese Movies (1960-65): Dangerous Desires

The Japanese film industry formed a strange landscape in the sixties, with often highly-constrained studio filmmakers churning out pulpish B-movies, flanked by an independent scene that grew out from the Japanese New Wave, and highly experimental narrative films from directors better known as visual artists.

Japanese society was evolving at a rapid rate following the fall of the Empire and greater cultural communication with the west. But if London was swinging and the hippies were challenging conventional morality in the States, cultural taboos were tougher to shake in Japan.

Cinema audiences could, however, live out their frustrations vicariously at the... Read More

10 great TV shows you may have missed in 2015

The (first world) problem with being in the midst of television's golden age is that it's virtually impossible to keep up with all the 'must-see' new TV shows vying for our attention. Whether they were tucked away in the schedules, appeared lower down your EPG or suffered from a lack of promo, here's a look at ten small-screen gems that may have slipped under your radar in 2015. 1. The Goldbergs An 80s-based comedic take on The Wonder Years, the wonderfully retro The Goldbergs boasts a trio of likeable kids, scripts which manage to be heartwarming without descending into schmaltz,... Read More

'Dope:' The Definition Of...

The 1990s: Memories of acid-washed, high-waisted jeans from Express, asymmetrical hair cuts, mood rings, and Cross Colors; films like John Singleton's 'Boyz N the Hood', Spike Lee's 'Malcolm X,' and Madonna's raucous documentary, 'Truth or Dare;' TV shows like 'A Different World,' which inspired so many of us to pursue undergraduate studies at HBCUs (whether we ultimately did or not), and 'In Living Color,' which served as an urban answer to NBC's 'SNL' and launched the careers of some of our favorite comedians and movie stars; and a political arena that brought both George H.W. Bush's Operation Desert Storm and... Read More

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