John Taylor Ike Williams, Boston Lawyers Committee For Civil Rights, Fine Arts Work Center discussed on The Jimmy Tingle Show


Everybody. This is Jimmy. Welcome to another episode of the Jimmy tingle show. I'm very excited today to introduce my friend and he just came out with a new book that is just fantastic. I want to read a little bit of his bio for you. John Taylor Ike Williams have found near him and William's literary agency specializes in biography history, politics, natural science and anthropology. He is a member of the NEA literary panel, chair of the Boston lawyers committee for civil rights, co chair of the fine arts work center, a member of the advisory board of the biography conference and he is a former director of the Boston book festival. As a lawyer, I specialize as an intellectual property. That's where I come in, ladies and gentlemen, the intellectual property. And First Amendment litigate and First Amendment litigation as well as a comic, particularly in publishing film, television and news and new media. I guess the author of the shores of Bohemia, a Cape Cod story 1910 to 1960, arousing account of the artist and political revolutionaries who made the cape a hub of American culture in the earliest 20th in the early 20th century. I just want to read one review to start off. This is from drew Faust, author of the republic of suffering, death and the American Civil War, drew writes a cornucopia of characters whose lives in the first half of the 20th century may the outer reaches of Cape Cod a site of exuberant artistic creativity and social and political experimentation. The bohemian world, Ike Williams depicts, will fascinate readers interested in the winds and tides of modern American culture, as well as those of us today who walked the cape's beaches and swim in its waters. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the show, the one and the only mister Ike Williams.

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