Mike Broemmel was born in 1962 and placed in the Infant of Prague Orphanage in Colorado. When he was an infant his name was Abbie. He was adopted by Frank and Thelma Broemmmel and Denver became his home. He has one sister, Jill.
Mike Broemmel would go on to obtain an undergraduate degree in political science and journalism. He graduate with honors from law school.
Much of Mike Broemmel's early career focused on politics. He worked in the White House Office of Media Relations during the Administration of Ronald Reagan.
Beginning in 2000, Mike Broemmel began writing fulltime. He enjoyed success with a pair of collections of short stories, The Shadow Cast and The Miller Moth. Upon the release of The Shadow Cast, Mike Broemmel was described as "the 21st century's answer to John Steinbeck at his most nitty-gritty."
When it comes to fiction, two suspense novels are the latest additions to the Mike Broemmel library: Vine Dancing and Stolen Light. A personal memoir by Mike Broemmel is slated for publication in 2020 under the working title Kiss the Rain.
In the past decade, Mike Broemmel became known across the United States for his critically-acclaimed and award-winning plays. These include six plays in the Iconic Women Theatre Series that tell the tales of women has either chronicled inaccurately or generally ignored all together. The series features the life stories of Hedy Lamarr, Eva Peron, Helen Bonfils, Anne Boleyn, and Myrlie Evers. Over a dozen plays by Mike Broemmel are in production at this time.
His play Stand Still & Look Stupid about Hedy Lamarr will make its international debut in 2019 at the largest arts festival in Ireland, a month-long celebration called Féile an Phobail, or Festival of the People.
In addition to plays and books, Mike Broemmel is a keen political analyst who appears each Tuesday morning on The Brian Hammer Jackson radio show discussing the latest news. He also writes for the largest personal injury firm in the United States. He pens articles on legal topics for publications that include the San Francisco Chronicle and the Houston Chronicle.
Mike Broemmel has also garnered recognition for his presentations and lectures at conferences, conventions, and other gatherings. He speaks on topics that range from a candid and inspiring presentation on the ups and downs of his own life to politics and current events to crisis management to mental health and suicide prevention.
Mike Broemmel currently is scheduling presentations for 2019 and 2020. More information is available through the "Find Out More" link.