Lou Sahadi, author of over 20 sports books, including his upcoming project, AFFIRMED, about the last horse to win the Triple Crown.
Michael Griffith, defense lawyer for Ted Maher, has signed with the Strong Agency to write the definitive book on the Edmond Safra murder case. Cherokee McDonald co-writes.
Susan Crimp and Joel Richardson.
Photographer Roger Moenks' INHERITING BEAUTY, with a foreword by Graydon Carter of Vanity Fair.
United Nations correspondent Ian Williams funneled his interest in history, politics--and rum!--into the writing of RUM: A Social and Sociable History, The Real Story of 1776.
Rosemarie Stack, the widow of Robert Stack (a.k.a. Eliot Ness of The Untouchables), has completed her biography of her Hollywood husband and their five decade journey through the world of film-making and family: Mr. Untouchable: the Life and Times of Robert Stack.
Angela Hemingway is the widow of Jack Hemingway, Ernest Hemingway's son. Currently she is working on a book about "growing up Hemingway," as well as a Travel television series with KPI Television.
Real-estate heiress Denise LeFrak Calicchio, author of High Rise, Low Down, along with co-writers Katherine Livingston and Eunice David.
Marv Davis, corporate turnaround expert, author of FIXIN' CORPORATE AMERICA.
Ted Kavanau, co-founder of CNN with Ted Turner.
Sam Rubin, Yale historian and sportswriter writes of sports pioneer Joan Whitney Payson, one of the first women involved in professional sports management. Co-founder of the New York Mets, her biography fills a gap in NY sports history.
David Wallace, author of national bestseller, LOST HOLLYWOOD (St. Martin's, 2001) and its follow-up HOLLYWOODLAND (St. Martin's, 2003), both anecdote-driven histories of the golden age of the film capital, its built environment, and its personalities. Of LOST HOLLYWOOD, The New York Times wrote: “A solid . . . account of how Los Angeles . . . became an international synonym for glamour. Wallace’s concept is inspired.” Wallace is also the author of A CITY COMES OUT: How Celebrities Made Palm Springs a Gay and Lesbian Paradise (Barricade Books, 2008), EXILES IN HOLLYWOOD (Limelight Editions, 2006), and DREAM PALACES OF HOLLYWOOD’S GOLDEN AGE (Harry Abrams, 2006).