Canadian writer, author, producer and New York transplant.
Born in Montreal, writer Tal Pinchevsky first appeared in print as a
seven year old when he wrote a scathing expose appropriately title "My
Grandma." Since moving to New York in 2001, Tal has covered
sports and pop culture for a variety of publications, including the New
York Times, ESPN the Magazine, the New York Post, Men's Fitness, and
Rolling Stone among others. He currently serves as a staff writer and
producer at NHL.com and his first book, Breakaway, published by
Wiley & Sons, was published in September 2012 and is available at multiple retailers.