Frank S. Joseph
Frank Joseph cut his teeth as a writer at the famous training-ground City News Bureau of Chicago. He worked at The Associated Press, covering the 1968 Democratic National Convention street disorders, the Detroit riot, Dr. Martin Luther King’s march into Cicero IL, and just about every ghetto uprising and incident of urban violence that defined the turbulent mid-‘60s in Chicago.
Joseph was an editor with The Washington Post during the Watergate years. In 1982, he founded Key Communications Group Inc., a specialized-information publishing company. His first novel, TO LOVE MERCY, was published in 2006 by Mid-Atlantic Highlands and has won six awards. Frank is at work on two sequels, TO WALK HUMBLY and TO DO JUSTICE.
He and his wife, Carol Jason, a sculptor and artist, met in Chicago and now live in Chevy Chase MD; they are the parents of Shawn and Sam.