About the author of Founders v. Bush

Steve Coffman

    Steve Coffman

    Steve Coffman grew up in South Bend, Indiana where he wrote his senior class “play.” At the University of Michigan he won 3 Avery Hopwood creative writing awards and had several plays produced. Other productions followed at the University of Detroit, Norfolk State College, Bowie State College, The Smithsonian Institution and the The Dundee Players.

    His move to a rural lifestyle gradually caused Coffman’s writing to move toward fiction and creative nonfiction. He has had stories published in “The Little Magazine” and “Nantucket Review” and four in “Redbook” (including “Freshening” which was also anthologized in Redbook’s Famous Fiction, Vol II.)

    Coffman has taught writing at the University of Iowa, University of Michigan, Keuka College and the Elmira Correctional Facility. He has given readings from Madison, CT to Seattle WA, including dozens in New York State. He has led NYS writing workshops in Dundee, Penn Yan, Indian Lake, Finger Lakes Community College, Canstota, Tupper Lake, the North Creek and Attica Correctional Facilities.

    His occupations have also included: Lightbulb Salesman; Encylopedia Salesman; Parking Lot Attendant; Little League Umpire; YMCA Camp Chaplain; Oriental Rug Salesman; Short Order Cook; Harris Pollster; Ad-Visor Disseminator. And more seriously: Counselor and Teacher for Keuka College at the maximum security Elmira Correctional Facility (1986 - 1993); and Coordinator of the Custody & Visitation Mediation Program in Yates County Family Court (1996 - 2005).

    Since 1972, Steve Coffman and his wife Bobbie have lived on a defunct farm at the end of a dirt road on one of the highest hills in rural Yates County, where they have raised two children, bounteous flowers and vegetables, occasional cows, horses, pigs, chickens and many acres of glorious trees.

    Published nonfiction includes two political memoirs, Peace Meal and Messy Freedom (Foothills Publishing, 2005 and 2006), and the country memoir How To Walk A Pig (1995) which was expanded into Chicken Justice (Hearst, 2006).


    About the publisher of Founders v. Bush

    One World Studios Ltd.


        Zack Coffman, President

  • Producer/Director of the award-winning classic biker documentaries Choppertown: the Sinners and Choppertown: From the Vault.

  • Founder of One World Studios Ltd.; a feature film production and distribution, music and book publishing corporation.

  • Resided in Seoul, Korea from 1992-2000. Education: UCLA (World Arts & Cultures), Yonsei University Korean Language Institute. Professional highlights: Head of Acquisitions, HMJ Films (Korea.) Asian correspondent, Variety Newspaper. Line-producer and location manager for several Korean films and commercials including Weekend Warriors. Translator, Korean International Trade Association.

  • Scott Di Lalla, CEO

  • Producer/Director of the award-winning classic biker documentaries Choppertown: the Sinners and Choppertown: From the Vault.

  • Founder of One World Studios Ltd.; a feature film production and distribution, music and book publishing corporation.

  • Resided in Seoul, Korea from 1996-1997. Education: Rutgers University (Korean Language and East Asian Studies), Yonsei University Korean Language Institute. Writer/Talent, Educational Broadcasting Service (Korea.) HMJ Films (Korea.) University level English language instructor. Editor's assistant (Backstreet Edit, NYC.)

  • Martin Perlberger, Partner and General Counsel

  • Education: Stanford University, Columbia Law School, Stanford Law School. Admitted: California, District of Columbia, New York and U.S. Supreme Court. 20 years with Kaplan, Livingston, Goodwin, Berkowitz & Selvin (Beverly Hills); established California office of Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison & Tucker (New York); Perlberger Law Offices. Chairman: American Bar Association International Law Section Continuing Education and European Law Committees, California State Bar Association. Film and television highlights: The Last Emperor, The Lion In Winter, Elmer Gantry, The Pink Panther, All In The Family, Sanford and Son, Mission Impossible.


  • Film directors Scott DiLalla and Zack Coffman (by Jerry Miller)

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Author: Steve Coffman

Paperback: 192 pages

Publisher: One World Studios

Language: English

ISBN: 978-0979727207

FvB Recognized

"Founders v. Bush brings the wisdom and eloquence of the Founding Fathers back to the people, while unmasking the fraudulent PR machine that is corrupting their words and stealing our legacy."

— Jim Hightower
Best selling author, radio commentator
and editor of The Hightower Lowdown

"As Thomas Jefferson prophetically said, 'The only sure guarantees of our liberties are the people.'   Especially now, that requires the people knowing why they are Americans.  And this book Founders v. Bush is an illuminating beginning of that essential knowledge." 

— Nat Hentoff
The Village Voice

"A brilliantly put together book."

— David Swanson
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"This book should required reading for everybody."

— John Keeble
author of
Noctournal America

 


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