Anthony Flacco
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At 9:21am on December 29, 2009, Sunny Frazier said…
I'm putting together a Mystery Cruise. Nov. 14-21, 2010. We're sailing from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera. Cabins start at $400. You can contact me for panels. You can contact for info.
At 12:52pm on December 3, 2009, Mark Bouton said…
That's a very cogent and intriguing observation, Anthony. Yes, I do think we see the world more clearly as we get older (sometimes almost as clearly as when we were small kids), and it's useful in the writing world and in life. Thanks for sharing.

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About Me:
Anthony is co-author of “Publish Your Nonfiction Book” from Writer’s Digest with partner, literary agent Sharlene Martin (November, 2009). Also in November of '09, his nonfiction book, "The Road Out Of Hell" was released by Sterling Publishing. It tells the true story behind the murders that formed the basis for the movie “Changeling.” This book focuses on 13 year-old Sanford Clark, who was held for two years at the Wineville murder ranch and forced to participate in the most gruesome of crimes. The main source of personal info on Sanford Clark is Jerry Clark, Sanford's adoptive son.
Anthony is also the author of two historical crime novels from Ballantine books, “The Last Nightingale” and “The Hidden Man,” as well as the true-crime book, “A Checklist For Murder” from Dell Books and the nonfiction book ”Tiny Dancer” from St. Martin’s Press.
The Italian translation of "Tiny Dancer" is a bestseller in Italy under the title of "La Danzatrice Bambina."
He is an MFA graduate of the American Film Institute and an award-winning screenwriter who has worked for The Walt Disney Studios, NBC Studios, and The Discovery Channel. His writing has been lauded by the New York Times Book Review and his work was featured in the 1000th issue commemorative edition of Reader’s Digest. His critically acclaimed ability to portray a wide range of characters with empathy is the result of his training as an actor and his early career of nearly 2,000 stage performances as a member of the Actors Equity Association. He is currently a member of the Writers Guild of America/west, the International Thriller Writer’s Association, and the Mystery Writers of America.
I Am A:
Reader, Writer, Editor
Books And Authors I Like:
Everything by John Steinbeck. Anything by Camille Paglia. The novels of Chuck Palahniuk and John Twelve Hawks, and the true crime writing of Gregg Olsen.
Movies And TV Shows I Like:
So what? In this forum, I'd rather talk about books.

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