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Paul D'Andrea

Debut literary/commercial novel, 103,000 words. IMMORTAL, based on the life of Lorenzo the Magnificent, Renaissance poet, ruler of Florence and international statesman.

The Pope murdered Lorenzo's brother. In revenge, Lorenzo created the Renaissance.

Lorenzo collaborates with his Renaissance brigata — Leonardo da Vinci, Botticelli, Michelangelo — to create art and bring about international peace.

For work and bio see www.pauldandrea.com



This writer is looking for an agent
SKILLS
Writing, Fiction writing
GENRES & SPECIALTIES
General fiction, Suspense/thriller, Fantasy/science fiction, Biography, History, Religious, Lifestyle, Science
TRADE REFERENCES
"One of the most original American theatrical voices since Sam Shepard” — Hollywood Reporter
MOST RECENT PROJECTS
WIN WIN, the play in which Godot shows up.
BEST-KNOWN PROJECTS
NATHAN THE WISE — (play) Jews, Muslims, and Christian come to an accord in war-torn 1492 Jerusalem. Published by DPC
TWO-BIT TAJ MAHAL — (play) an American community votes to kill the town bully (based on an unsolved FBI case.) DPC
THE EINSTEIN PROJECT — (play) Einstein struggles with the problem of moral responsibility. DPS
THE TROUBLE WITH EUROPE — (play) An American detective and a French Chief Inspector are tasked with finding the cause of Europe's spiritual malaise. Samuel French
PROJECTS ON OFFER/ PROPOSALS AVAILABLE
A novel based on the life of Lorenzo de' Medici — see above.
Non-fiction book on the Great Conversation.
SPECIALIZED TRAINING, WORK EXPERIENCE, HONORS
2014 Harvardwood Writing Competition winner for a new play; Great American Play prize, Actors Theater of Louisville; Charles MacArthur Award for Outstanding New Play nomination for Nathan the Wise; founding Artistic Director of Theater of the First Amendment, winner of twelve Helen Hayes Awards. CBS/Foundation of the Dramatists Guild new play Prize. Harvard Ph.D. in Renaissance studies. Harvard A.B. in physics. Oxford graduate work in moral philosophy.