Joel Eisenberg

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What is your latest release and what genre is it? The Chronicles of Ara: Creation, Epic Fantasy

Quick description: What are the repercussions if the muse who inspires all of art and invention is corrupted? What is the endgame?


Brief biography:
I am proud to announce that the first of my new book series, The Chronicles of Ara, an epic 8-volume fantasy saga created with Stephen Hillard, has been released by Incorgnito (not a misspelling) Publishing’s Topos Books imprint.

Otherwise, I am a partner in Eisenberg-Fisher Productions and former head of EMO Films@Paramount Studios, feature film production companies. I am the co-founder of All Cities Media, an entertainment industry networking group. Our events have been hosted by Warner Brothers, Paramount Studios, Sunset-Gower Studios and the Law Offices of Greenberg-Traurig, among others. Feature projects include Out of the Black, Unreleased and April Showers, the latter based on the Columbine school shootings tragedy.

Writer of several award-winning independent feature films. Producer of a slate of past and upcoming feature film and television projects, including Mirkwood, based on the bestseller and The Chronicles of Ara fantasy novel series.

For more, check me out on IMDb.

In early 2007, I was fortunate to have received substantial international publicity by locating, identifying, organizing and archiving a long-considered lost handwritten John Steinbeck archive, collectively valued at nearly $1 million.

Author, How to Survive a Day Job, Championship Networking. Blog: You’re Too Smart to Go Down Stupid. Contributor: Tales of the Dead and numerous others.

Links to buy Joel’s book:
Barnes & Noble
For Signed Copies

Joel’s promo links:
Authors’ Website
Book Website
Joel’s Facebook

What are you working on now?
Just completing the second book of The Chronicles of Ara 8-book series, entitled The Chronicles of Ara: Perdition, out in September.

Joel’s reading recommendation:
I’m re-reading Frank Herbert’s original Dune series, and also Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, both sagas being big literary influences. Anything by Anne Rice and Clive Barker is always worthwhile.