Author Con Chapman
Con Chapman is a Boston-area writer.
In addition to Making Partner, he is the author of CannaCorn (Joshua Tree Publishing), and The Year of the Gerbil: How the Yankees Won (and the Red Sox Lost) the Greatest Pennant Race Ever, a history of the 1978 Red Sox-Yankees season.
He is the author of twenty-six plays, ten published, which have been performed in Boston, New York, and elsewhere.
He is the author of The Girl With the Cullender on Her Head and Other Wayward Women, a collection of light verse, and his poems have appeared in The Christian Science Monitor, Light Quarterly and Spitball, among other publications.
His humor has appeared in The Atlantic Monthly, The Boston Globe and Salon.com, and he is a frequent contributor to the Boston Herald.
He blogs at conchapman.wordpres.com, and his humor is available in print and Kindle formats on amazon.com.
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