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CRIME DOES PAY:
T.J. ENGLISH IN CONVERSATION With RICHARD PRICE
Saturday April 30th 3:00pm
BERNIE WOHL COMMUNITY CENTER THEATER
647 COLUMBUS AVENUE, NY, NY
Online & In Person Tickets:
Ticket proceeds go to Goddard Riverside for programming to support older artists
Richard Price is an American novelist and screenwriter, known for the books The Wanderers (1974), Clockers (1992) and Lush Life (2008). Price's novels explore late-20th century urban America in a gritty, realistic manner that has brought him considerable literary acclaim. Several of his novels are set in a fictional northern New Jersey city called Dempsy. In addition to writing literature, he writes for television, including The Wire, The Outsider, The Night Of and The Deuce. He has been nominated for an Academy Award and several Emmys and the recipient of the WGA East’s Ian McLellan Hunter Award for Career Achievement
T.J. English is a journalist and author of nine non-fiction crime books, including The Westies, Havana Nocturne, The Savage City, and his latest book, Dangerous Rhythms: Jazz and the Underworld. Four of his books have been New York Times best-sellers, and four have been nominated for an Edgar Award in the category of Best Fact Crime. His books are known for the thoroughness of the research and intimacy of detail, with many first-hand accounts from the point-of-view of underworld sources interviewed by the author. He lives in New York City.
Marc Johnson, Writer/Director/Producer was born in DC, raised in Baltimore, and proud member of the WGA and DGA, Marc has written, directed, produced or executive produced television and films for Michael Moore, Spike Lee, Mario Van Peebles, Danny Glover, David Simon, and George Pelecanos, winning awards ranging from a Peabody to the Dramatic Jury Prize at Sundance.
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