Shelby Pope

Bay Area writer: food, booze, and profiles (people and businesses)

I'm a Bay Area writer covering food and alcohol, nonprofits, art, and profiles of interesting characters for places like the Washington Post, Smithsonian, NPR, Lucky Peach and Men's Journal. I also offer content and copy writing services (ghost blogging, case studies, email newsletters).

Over the years I've covered a little everything, from the science of urban design to the fashion problem of designing men's suits for women's bodies. I'm based in the Bay Area, so I've written about local issues ranging from Oakland's rap scene to agriculture issues facing farms in Wine Country (Sonoma and Napa). I've also spent a few years as a food writer, doing straight restaurant reviews and reported features about food justice.
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bustle.com
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more to do in Sonoma County
September, 1 2016
washingtonpost.com
Article
Believe it or not, pigeons aren’t half-bad as pets
August, 15 2016
racked.com
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The $30 Serum Reddit Is Obsessed With
June, 13 2016
talesofthecocktail.com
Article
How Bartenders Can Become Brand Ambassadors
October, 20 2015
ww2.kqed.org
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Sweet Revenge: Dr. Robert Lustig Explains How to Cut Sugar, Lose Weight and Turn the Tables On Processed Foods | Bay Area Bites | KQED Food
August, 6 2014
lushusa.com
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How to Be a Trans Ally
refinery29.com
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The Line Remaking Men’s Clothes For Women’s Bodies
March, 5 2018
mensjournal.com
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Jell-O Shots Grow Up
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