Home—Los Angeles, CA.
Writer. Producer for television films, including Washington Mistress, 1982, This Is Kate Bennett …, 1982, In the Mood, 1987, Love among Thieves, 1987, Roses Are for the Rich, 1987, Indiscreet, 1988, Bare Essentials, 1991, One against the Wind, 1991, Dalva, 1996, and A Home for the Holidays, 2004. Former attorney.
Golden Globe Award; Francis M. Wheat Community Service Award; best fiction prize, Southern California Booksellers Association, 2006, for Literacy and Longing in L.A.
(With Jennifer Kaufman) Literacy and Longing in L.A. (novel), Delacorte (New York, NY), 2006.
For Sidelights, see KAUFMAN, Jennifer.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Booklist, May 1, 2006, Emily Cook, review of Literacy and Longing in L.A., p. 72.
Globe and Mail (Toronto, Ontario, Canada), July 5, 2006, "Book a Day," review of Literacy and Longing in L.A., p. R3.
Library Journal, May 15, 2006, Christine DeZelar-Tiedman, review of Literacy and Longing in L.A., p. 89.
New York Times Book Review, June 19, 2006, Janet Maslin, review of Literacy and Longing in L.A.
New York Times Book Review, June 19, 2006, Janet Maslin, "Chick Lit That Mixes Voltaire with Vogue," review of Literacy and Longing in L.A.
Orange County Register, July 11, 2006, Valerie Takahama, "It Takes Two: Kaufman, Mack," review of Literacy and Longing in L.A.
Publishers Weekly, April 24, 2006, review of Literacy and Longing in L.A., p. 38.
USA Today, June 8, 2006, Patty Rhule, Jocelyn McClurg, and Donna Freydkin, review of Literacy and Longing in L.A., p. 5D.
Literacy and Longing in L.A. Web site,http://www.literacyandlonginginla.com (February 25, 2007).
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