I began my career in public relations in 1979 when I joined the Manhattan firm of Nathan Public Relations. Pressing Broadway productions such as 42nd Street, and the revivals of Oklahoma! and Brigadoon, I learned volumes about the fast-paced world of creative marketing while working closely with such theater luminaries as legendary Broadway producer, David Merrick. 

A published journalist and songwriter, jingle composer, ghostwriter, and editor, my writing has appeared in numerous newspapers and online as well as in Technology Review, The Pak Tribune, The Hindustan Times, Chocolate for a Teen’s Soul, Carpenters Magazine, and Headlight Journal

I appeared as Researcher journalist-ga at Google Answers from its inception in 2002 until its demise in December of 2006. My web site offers editing of both fiction and non-fiction works, book publicity, book indexing, screenplay continuity review, speechwriting, proofreading, manuscript review, copywriting, advertising and marketing, ghostwriting, and book, business, and general Internet and library research.


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