For Publishers and Producers:
Please contact William Morris Endeavor, Office of Mel Berger, Senior Vice President, at 212-586-5100. Mailing address is 11 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10010.
Contact Mel Berger's office, William Morris Endeavor (address and phone above), or send an email directly to me at the link on this page.
Regarding the Delany Sisters:
The Delany Sisters are both gone now but their legacy lives on. The sisters left me in charge of Having Our Say and thus I'm the go-to person when it comes to the book, photographs, their story, and their place in history. If you can't find my original New York Times story on the Delany Sisters, send an email to me at the link on this page and I will have it sent to you. If you have a question, just ask. More information about the Delany Sisters can be found on this site by clicking "Books" in the main menu, then "Having Our Say."
For In-Person Visits, Lectures, Panels:
For Middle-School visits, contact me directly at the link at left. For all other visits, lectures, talks, panels, and workshops, please contact Kathleen Nishimoto at WME /IMG Speakers, the speakers bureau of William Morris Endeavor and International Management Group. Kathleen may be reached at 212-903-1376, or use the email link on the left side of this page.
Editing & Manuscript Consultation
Do you need a fresh assessment of your manuscript? Is your work-in-progress in need of professional insight and guidance? For a flat fee, I'll read and study a manuscript of typical length and write a one-page commentary about the material - its strengths, weaknesses, suggested genre, suggested structure, and marketability. More intensive editing is also available, depending on my own writing schedule. Contact me by email using the link on this page.
Reader's Guides for Teachers and Book Club Leaders
Contact me at the link on this page for a copy of the reading/teaching guide prepared by Kim M. Kotzky for "Strong Medicine" Speaks: A Native American Elder Has Her Say. A similar guide is available for In a World Gone Mad: A Heroic Story of Love, Faith, and Survival. A guide for readers is included in the back of every copy of Miss Dreamsville and the Collier County Women's Literary Society as well as the sequel, Miss Dreamsville and the Lost Heiress of Collier County.There are many different Reader's Guides for Having Our Say available on the Internet. One of my favorites was created by and posted on the website of La Guardia Community College in New York City. The link is posted in the left column of this page.