Rodes Fishburne on Going to See the Elephant
Simon & Schuster - Ritz-Carlton
Author Rodes Fishburne discusses his first book, Going to See the Elephant.
Rodes Fishburne is a journalist, playwright and novelist. For over ten years, he has written for magazines and newspapers, including The New Yorker, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle Magazine, and Forbes ASAP, where he was the editor of the acclaimed "Big Issue," an annual magazine of literary essays from leading writers and thinkers including: Tom Wolfe, Kurt Vonnegut, Muhammad Ali, E.O. Wilson, and the Dalai Lama. The "Big Issue," was nominated for a National Magazine Award in 2000 and has been selected for the anthologies, "Best American Essays," and "Best American Science Essays." In 2001, Rodes edited and wrote introductory essays for the book, "The Best of the Big Issues," published by John Wiley.
His plays have been performed off-Broadway in New York City, San Francisco, and Palm Springs.
His first novel, "Going to See the Elephant," is represented by the New York literary agency of Fredrica S. Friedman, Inc. He can be reached at www.rodesfishburne.com