Just wanted to share “Five Reasons” on why Chicago is a great place for writers. I’d add a 6th reason: we have a great pro bono organization called Lawyers for the Creative Arts, which
“Lassie,” “Maude,” and “The Monkees” TV shows all premiered on this day, proving–if it needed proving–that, as T.C. Boyle says, “anything can make a story,” and there is, indeed, an audience for everything. Looking forward to meeting you, the audience
Mayor Thomas Donaldson of Stirling, Wisconsin faces a number of fascinating issues in his small, moderately conservative, moderately religious town, not the least of which is the occasional friendly opposition of his liberal feminist wife, Daphne.
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
Writer’s Digest’s February issue is dedicated to “Master the Business of Writing” and excerpts (with permission and attribution) several pages from LCA’s BOOK LAW FOR AUTHORS. Quite a thrill for LCA, my co-author David Creasey and our editor Jason Koransky. As
Looking forward to speaking at Chicago Writers Conference on September 26 at 3 pm. My session is a “small session” where participants can “ask a lawyer anything.” I attended CWC last year and was impressed by the high quality of the
LAF’s Facebook Page now features 72 pictures from the annual luncheon. Great memories!
I was so humbled and honored to receive LAF’s Champion for Justice Award at LAF’s annual luncheon at the Palmer House. So surprised, and thrilled that Michelle Obama sent a video (soon to be posted on LAF’s Facebook page) .
“Someday is now.” That’s attorney Ruth Kaufman’s motto, but ironically, her “now” is 1453, Henry VI is king, and what we now call the Wars of the Roses will soon begin. The king sends Sir Nicholas Gray to protect the
My friend Andy Goldstein was honored by Lawyers for the Creative Arts as the winner of the Thomas Leavens Award for Distinguished Service to the Arts, and I had the pleasure of presenting the award at a luncheon at