Thursday, October 5th
Russ Herman, nationally recognized as one of the top litigators in the country, and who has been described as a Renaissance Man, has published his first book of poetry, The Topography of Life, Love and Travel. The poems and prose are divided into three parts; part one is The Geography of Love which includes 8 poems - travel to South America, Portofino, St. Barts, Amsterdam, and Jerusalem. Part Two is The Topography of Love, 19 poems of courtship and love. Part Three is The Romance of My Muse from the first date through a honeymoon on the Isle of Lido in Venice.
Herman is not new to literary endeavor. In the 60s and 70s he wrote and produced two plays, a short story adapted for the TV series, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and was Executive Producer of Gerald McRaney’s first movie, Night of Bloody Horror. He is the author and performer of the video series Courtroom Persuasion and the best-selling author of books by the same title.
This book is available in paperback ($17.95).
Russ Herman discusses and signs his book of poetry, The Topography of Life, Love and Travel.
If you are unable to attend, you must call the book shop to order signed books.