Jerome Charyn published his first novel in 1964. He's the author of Johnny One-Eye, The Secret Life of Emily Dickinson, I Am Abraham, and dozens of other acclaimed novels as well as nonfiction works. His short stories have appeared in The Atlantic, Paris Review, American Scholar, Epoch, and Ellery Queen. Charyn's popular crime novels featuring homicide detective Isaac Sidel inspired a new animated drama series: Hard Apple debuts on the small screen in 2017, helmed by Hollywood insider James Gray (The Immigrants) and illustrated by famed artists Asaf and Tomer Hanuka. Charyn lives in Greenwich Village, New York.
Very exciting and raises some interesting moral questions. -- The Reporter Considered by many the most innovative crime writer of his generation, Charyn brings a rip-roaring conclusion to one astounding and outstanding series. -- Booklist Manically inventive, proudly undisciplined, and peopled with dark lords and ladies best characterized by wildly inflated epithets-in other words, nothing at all like any presidencies since 1988. -- Kirkus Reviews Charyn's feisty style is as strong as ever. This is American prose at its punchiest. Charyn excels at sketching the presidency's effect on a reluctant incumbent. Winter Warning brings a bravura series to a fitting end. -- Dennis Drabelle, The Washington Post