Joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast on August 29th, from 1-2 PT is Jerome Charyn.
Jerome Charyn is an award-winning American author. With more than 50 published works. He has earned a long-standing reputation as an inventive and prolific chronicler of real and imagined American life.
Since the 1964 release of his first novel, Once Upon a Droshky, he has published thirty novels, three memoirs, and eight graphic novels. Along with, two books about film short stories, plays, and works of non-fiction. Two of his memoirs were named New York Times Book of the Year.
As a visiting professor, Jerome taught at Princeton, Columbia, NYU, Rice, and the City University of New York. Followed by The American University of Paris where he started his own film department. In addition to writing and teaching, Jerome is a tournament table tennis player, once ranked in the top ten percent of players in France. Jerome and his wife Lenore live in New York.
Hot off the Press! Big Red
Big Red reimagines the tragic career of Rita Hayworth and her indomitable husband, Orson Welles.
“Reanimating such classic films as Gilda and The Lady from Shanghai, Big Red is a bittersweet paean to Hollywood’s Golden Age. A tender yet honest portrait of a time before blockbusters and film franchises. One that promises to consume both Hollywood cinephiles and neophytes alike. Lauded for his “polymorphous imagination” (Jonathan Lethem), Charyn once again has created one of the most inventive novels in recent American literature.”
Jerome is a storyteller. He spends his days writing, which brings him great joy. Based on his illustrious career you can only imagine the stories he has and still creates to this day!
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