NEWS & EVENTS
Here's some of the latest news and interesting tidbits about me.
Andrew Kaplan - the world's first "virtual person"?
Andrew may also be the world's first "virtual person." An article about him and the implications of virtual existence even after death as widely reported in the Washington Post, NBC TV news and internationally; for example, by China's Tencent media. To link to the Washington post article, click here: Alexa and Google Home will soon let you talk to the dead - The Washington Post
HOLLYWOOD vs the Author - Read Andrew's article about what it was like to create the novels and work behind the scene with the hit TV show "HOMELAND."
If you're interested in writing for Hollywood or what goes on behind the scene, get your copy of the anthology "HOLLYWOOD vs THE AUTHOR" in which Andrew Kaplan's article "Writing HOMELAND or How Being Bipolar in Hollywood is Redundant" appears. This new anthology features pieces by such well-known authors as Lawrence Block, Michael Connelly, T. Jefferson Parker, Tess Gerritsen, Jonathan Kellerman, Lee Goldberg, Gregg Hurwitz, Alan Jacobson, Max Allen Collins, Stephen Jay Schwartz and other luminaries. This is a MUST READ for anyone interested in writing for Hollywood or in writers and Hollywood - and what really goes on behind the scene. Click here for more information or to get a copy.
Andrew being interviewed on TV about the Homeland TV show and his bestselling book, Homeland: Carrie's Run.
Connie Martinson’s TV interview of Andrew Kaplan about his international bestselling book, the original prequel novel, HOMELAND: CARRIE’S RUN and the hit HOMELAND TV show is available on YouTube. To see it, click here.
Andrew tells the inside story of the making of the classic movie “ON THE WATERFRONT”.
Andrew tells the incredible inside story behind the making of the classic movie "ON THE WATERFRONT," ranked by AFI as one of the Top 10 films of all time to the Desert Screenwriters Guild! Andrew's first agent was Ad Schulberg and he got the story personally from her son, Budd Schulberg, who wrote the movie (and won the Oscar for it) and also from Ben Hecht, the legendary screenwriter/producer who knew Arthur Miller and Marilyn Monroe well. Click here to see it on YouTube.