Congratulations to David Robson of Robson Design and Susie Isaacs of publisher Ampersand, Inc., on Third Place in the Colorado Independent Press Association’s EVVY Awards for Best Cover. One for the Ark was the only fiction cover to place in
This is the birthday of Roberta Cooper Ramo, who I don’t know personally and didn’t know much about at the time that she became the first woman president of the American Bar Association (1995-96). With the nomination of another woman
The Democratic National Convention starts today and you know that Daphne would love to be there, if she could. Thomas, of course, was probably at last week’s convention, but only for purposes of hobnobbing with his fellow State party leaders.
We’re a few months away from the publication of my fourth novel, ONE FOR THE ARK. I won’t use “fourth” as a segue here (that would be cheesy), but I will take this opportunity to be grateful for freedom of
Episode 163 of Library Life features an interview with me at “my mother’s library,” Mt. Prospect Public Library, on my novels and becoming a writer.
Read all about it in today’s Chicago Tribune, Lifestyle section. Reproduced below: chicagotribune.com Remarkable Woman Mary Hutchings Reed, lawyer turned writer Lawyer fulfills long-deferred dream of being a writer By Bill Daley, Tribune Newspapers 12:00 AM CST, January 24, 2014
What to give the attorney who has everything? ‘Tis the season for that challenging question. Perhaps Scott Turow’s newest, “Identical” (Grand Central Publishing), Chicago attorney Thomas R. Leavens’ “Music Law for the General Practitioner (ABA) or, hey, even my
“A year before Helman looked back on his career, Mary Hutchings Reed, a former partner now of counsel at the similarly elite Winston & Strawn, also looked back on a career that started 20 years after Helman’s, and came to
Thanks to the women of Freebon & Peters for a wonderful discussion of Leaning In and Courting Kathleen Hannigan. My contemporary Eileen Trost wrote: “Thank you for your thoughts and insights, and your unique contribution to the advancement of women
Non-Billable Hours By Mary Hutchings Reed February 1, 2013 We’ve been writing together since April and have written past any blocks; returned to the path fromdiversionary research frolics; and been inspired by the writings of our favorite