2015 Literary Orange
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Non-Fiction: Hollywood, War and Violence
Agents: The Business of Writing

Children's: Growing Readers

Fiction: Life Happens

Fiction: Seriously, I'm Kidding

Fiction: Modern Fiction

Fiction: Historical Fiction

Fiction: The Human Experience

Food: Putting Tastes Into Words

Memoir: Live, Explore, Be

Mystery: You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

Non-Fiction: Hollywood, War and Violence

Non-Fiction & Fiction: Surferati, Fact and Fiction

Random House: What Do I Read Next

Romance: Take your Breath Away

Young Adult: Oh, the Drama!

Paul Seydor
Paul Seydor
 
Paul Seydor came to film editing after being a professor of literature at USC, where he completed Peckinpah: The Western Films (1980), widely regarded as the best critical study of this director’s work. After writing Peckinpah, he soon became a film editor, working on films like White Men Can’t Jump, Tin Cup, and the highly acclaimed The Day Reagan Was Shot. Written and directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh, Reagan earned Seydor an American Cinema Editors’ “Eddie” for Best Edited Feature for Non Commercial Television.
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David Ward
David Ward