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Let the Hi-Jinks Begin: The Memoir of a Democratic Activist

Memoirs can be written for either a large audience or just one’s immediate family. Retired labor lawyer Leonard S. Zubrensky came to me in 2008 with the draft of a manuscript written on a yellow legal pad. His handwriting was illegible. At my suggestion, he read his work into a computer and my copyeditor reworked the computer translation, creating an electronic copy of his draft. That is how we started working on Len’s first book,
Let the Hi-Jinks Begin: The Memoir of a Democratic Activist. In 2012, when he was ninety years old, he brought his friend, Gary Guten, MD, to my third-floor walk-up to begin Len’s second (and Gary’s seventh book), How to Live Almost Forever: A Book About Longevity. I’m hoping Len has another book in him.

6 x 9; 192 pages; softcover with gloss laminate; black-and-white interior; small-run, digital printing process; perfect bound.