Brad Schreiber has written not only books but also journalism, film, television, radio and theatre. He has also served as a producer, actor, director, literary consultant and instructor. He is currently writing with Ron Stallworth a book on racism, policing and social justice, FROM BLACK KLANSMAN TO HIP-HOP COP, to be published by Flatiron/Macmillan. MUSIC IS POWER, Schreiber's latest publication, a history of socially conscious music in all genres, was honored by the Foreword INDIES Book Awards. His book REVOLUTION'S END, an expose of the prison and CIA connections to the SLA kidnapping of heiress Patty Hearst, won the Silver Medal for True Crime at the 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards and won for the category of Multicultural Nonfiction at the 2017 International Book Awards. The early years biography BECOMING JIMI HENDRIX, written from the research of historian Steven Roby, was nominated for the International Book Awards and selected for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library. Schreiber was Vice President of Storytech Literary Consulting for 12 years, for Christopher Vogler, author of THE WRITER'S JOURNEY, where Schreiber analyzed prose and screenwriting for clients all over the world. He has received awards and fellowships from the National Press Foundation, the New York Festivals, Edward Albee Foundation and others.Read more Read less
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