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Richard Allen Charles Leider

Richard Allen Charles Leider

Class of 1962

Began writing short stories in public school. Wrote school class competition shows and underground newspaper The Pseudo 'I' in Forest Hills High School. BA Queens College 1968. MS Brooklyn College 1973. Worked as copy boy for CBS Cronkite News 1970 then Associate Editor Show Magazine. Later, features writer and editor for many international magazines, Glitter, Celebrity, New Jersey Living, Elite. First film script was Liquid A$$ets, low budget R exploiter.It was followed by Glitter, Star Angel, Sexcapades. First mainstream film was The Oracle (1985) based on true story from his wife.

Worked in PR for 15 years at Donna Gould Associates publicizing best-selling books. First published book was "A Field Guide to Monsters" (2004) co-written with C.J.Henderson and Dave Elliott. The trio also wrote "A Field Guide to Aliens" due in 2007.

Currently working on three book project to be a trilogy film franchise. "Wicca Girl" will launch on its new website www. wiccagirlmovie.com in January 2007 and the project moves to bookshelves and other media in 2008/9. The project will include a graphic novel, text novel and screenplay all written simultaneously and copyrighted by Black Cat Entertainment, his own company

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