Individual Author Record
Name: David Warren BernerPen Name: David W. Berner Genre: Other Audience: Adult; Born: 1956 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
-- Website -- http://www.davidwberner.com
-- David Warren Berner on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=david++warren++berner+
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Illinois ConnectionI have lived in Rogers Park, Chicago; Glen Ellyn, and Naperville, Illniois. I attended graduate school at Aurora University, Aurora, Illinois and have worked at CBS radio in Chicago, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationI am a long-time journalist in Chicago, working at WMAQ and WBBM radio. I have also written for Golf Chicago Magazine and Travelgolf.com. I have also been published in Rivulets, literary magazine. I am currently an assistant professor at Columbia College Chicago in the School of Media Arts.
Speaking EngagementsSpeaking Engagement Availability (Yes) Contact information - David W. Berner - [mailto:email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org], 630-815-1962, fees are negotiable, I prefer to work in areas in and around Chicago, but would consider other areas within 150 miles.
Selected Titles At Your Library
Accidental lessons :
ISBN: 1606933914. OCLC Number: 423122406 Strategic Book Publishing,. .
After opium :
ISBN: 1469995530. OCLC Number: 812680094 Little Big Man Publishing,. . In ten short stories, the author explores how we learn to carry on after kicking habits, shedding obsessions, or losing what we believe we can't live without.
Any road will take you there :
ISBN: 0988439093. OCLC Number: 895835069 . . "A middle-aged father takes the reader on a five-thousand-mile road trip, the one he always wished he'd taken as a young man. Recently divorced and uncertain of the future, he rereads ... Jack Kerouac's On the Road and along with his two sons and his best friend heads for the highway to rekindle his spirit. However, a family secret turns the cross-country journeyu into an unexpected examination of his role as a father, and compels him to look to the past and the fathers who came before him to find contentment and clarity, and celebrate the struggles and triumps of being a dad"--Publisher's description.