If you are in NY, check out this event featuring my co-writer from “West 32nd” Edmund J Lee.
*PAULA BERNSTEIN * ELYSE SCHEIN * EDMUND LEE * DOMINIC PREZIOSI *
JANUARY 28 7PM * Union Hall (Downstairs)
702 Union Street @ 5th Ave, BROOKLYN
Paula Bernstein is a Brooklyn-based freelance writer whose work has
been published in The New York Times, New York, The Village Voice,
and Redbook, among other publications. Formerly a reporter at Variety
and The Hollywood Reporter, Bernstein recently co-wrote “Identical
Strangers: A Memoir of Twins Separated and Reunited” with Elyse Schein.
Elyse Schein is a Brooklyn-based writer and filmmaker. Her short
films I Steal Happiness and Private Dick have been shown at the
Telluride Film Festival and at cinemas in Prague and San Francisco.
Identical Strangers, which was published in October by Random House,
is the amazing story of two women coming to terms with the strange
and unbelievable hand fate has dealt them, an account that broadens
the definition of family and provides insight into our own DNA and
the singularly exceptional imprint it leaves on our lives.
Edmund Lee is a journalist. He has worked at the Village Voice, the Daily News, and W magazine. His writing has also appeared in the New York Times, New York magazine, Vibe magazine, and Slate, as well as various trade publications and websites. His first produced screenplay, West 32nd, premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival. He is at work on his first novel, Fourth Former. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and daughter.
Dominic Preziosi is a corporate communications specialist who’s written for Forbes, McGraw-Hill, AT&T and other organizations. His most recent fiction appears in Avery, JMWW, Storyglossia, and SmokeLong Quarterly; his short story “Dreamland” was selected for JMWW’s Best-of-2007 print anthology. He is on the faculty of Gotham Writers’ Workshop and lives in Brooklyn with his wife, son, and daughter.