We work with a wide range of career writers who specialize in freelance editing, "ghostwriting" and collaborating with expert authors in the fields of current events and biography.
Spur Award winner and author of several westerns, he has co-authored TALES OUT OF LUCK: A Novel of Luckenbach, Texas with Willie Nelson (Center Street, 2008: editor, Christina Boys).
Former political communications consultant and speechwriter whose op-eds have appeared in the New York Times, USA Today and the Washington Times, Wynton Hall's work includes THE GREATEST COMMUNICATOR (Wiley, 2004; editor, Hana Lane), a personal and political memoir of Ronald Reagan, with Reagan's campaign strategist, Dick Wirthlin; and HOME OF THE BRAVE (Forge, 2006; editor, Bob Gleason), profiles of heroes of the war on terror, with Reagan's Secretary of Defense, Caspar Weinberger.
Southern journalist (PURSUIT: The Chase, Capture, Persecution & Surprising Release of Confederate President Jefferson Davis; Kensington, 2008; editor, Michaela Hamilton); co-author: THEY CALL ME BIG HOUSE, an authorized biography of renowned basketball coach, Clarence “Big House” Gaines: John F Blair, Publisher, 2004.
Journalist (New York Magazine, Spy, Wall Street Journal, New York Observer); currently, deputy books editor at the Wall Street Journal; and freelance editor who has worked on: Rudy Guiliani's LEADERSHIP and Mark Katz's CLINTON & ME (both books, Miramax, 2003 & 2004; editor, Jill Ellyn Riley); also, with Adam Horowitz and Mark Athitakis, THE DUMBEST MOMENTS IN BUSINESS HISTORY (Penguin, 2004; editor, Adrian Zackheim). He is the co-author of CRUCIVERBALISM: Life Inside the Grid with crossworder Stanley Newman (HarperCollins, 2006; editor, Toni Sciarra).