‘Treme’s Eric Overmyer, Bo Derek Board Political Drama Series ‘Capitol Crimes’ Adapted From Warren Adler Novels

Eric Overmyer (Treme, Boardwalk Empire) has come aboard as showrunner on the scripted series Capitol Crimes, currently in development by Mark Sennet Entertainment Inc. and Grey Eagle Films. The politically charged project is adapted from the seven-novel Fiona FitzGerald Mystery series by author Warren Adler (The War Of The Roses, Random Hearts), about a female […]

Iconic Book-Turned-Film The War of the Roses, Will Debut as Stage Play Across the United States After ‘Sold-Out’ Runs in a Dozen Nations

The War of the Roses stage play, based on Warren Adler’s iconic novel that was turned into the blockbuster hit starring Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito, will debut across the North-American theatre circuit and other English-speaking territories worldwide starting in 2013, following house-full runs and spectacular reviews throughout Italy, Spain, Germany, Hungary, Denmark, Iceland, Norway, Poland, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, the Czech Republic. It will soon be premiering in Mexico City, as well.

Warren Adler: From man-about-town to the life-and-death obsession to write

By Erin Williams, August 30, 2012 (Article originally published in The Washington Post)   Warren Adler has lived more lives than the most feisty of cats. His storied career began six decades ago when he served as the only Washington correspondent for the Armed Force Press Service, a position that had him covering White House news […]

Counting the Bodies

Never before in a lifetime spent as a media hound and news junkie have I noted, with dismay, the amount of ink and digital bytes spent on documenting and numerically recording body counts.

Coming Solo

…sexual pleasure, of course, has its own cohesive attributes in a relationship. But it is not the only bonding mechanism between people, and the degree of sensation is arguably not necessarily the grand prize of such a relationship. Like in the Olympics, sometimes people are quite satisfied getting a silver or a bronze medal. Not everyone can win gold, and sometimes just being there is reward enough.

Book Expo’s Authors Studio Interviews Warren Adler

The Authors Studio at the Book Expo America 2012 in New York City sat down with Warren Adler for a brief interview to talk about his books, inspirations and latest novel, The Serpent’s Bite. Listen to the Podcast here.  

The Author as Entrepreneur: A Q&A with Warren Adler

by Matthew Cavnar on August 2, 2012 (Article originally published on Vook.com) Author of 32 novels, numerous screen plays, short stories and plays, at 84 Warren Adler could be content to enjoy his success—but there’s no retirement for artists, especially not artist-entrepreneurs. And especially not in the digital era. We’re pleased to offer 28 of Adler’s eBooks through our Vook […]