Meet the Author
Daniel Asa Rose is an award-winning American author (memoirs, novels, short stories, essays, reviews, poems, travel, humor), journalist, and editor. His most recent book, LARRY'S KIDNEY: Being the True Story of How I Found Myself in China With my Black Sheep Cousin and His Mail-Order Bride, Skirting the Law to Get Him a Transplant ... and Save His Life, was named “one of the top nonfiction books of the year” by Publishers Weekly and is slated to be made into a movie directed by Richard ("Boyhood") Linklater.
Daniel is putting final touches on his long-awaited memoir, ENORMOUS SPACE IS NEAR: Adventures in the Mystical Desert Kingdom of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. More about that soon. He’s still fielding letters from his feature in Harper's titled, "SEPARATED AT BIRTH," in which he tracked down six kids born with him in Brooklyn Jewish Hospital and speculated with them about their “Luckiest Generation.” And for fun he’s back to interviewing authors and celebs with memoirs for the Washington Post. His chat with Ann Lamott can be seen here: https://lithub.com/radical-hope-and-laughter-an-interview-with-anne-lamott/ His interview with Craig Ferguson can be seen on the Washington Post site. Upcoming interviews include Flea from Red Hot Chili Peppers and Debbie Harry from Blondie.