Leslie Glass 

A long-term resident of Sarasota, Florida, Leslie Glass writes from her home on Bird Key where she has been a featured contributor to Sarasota Magazine in addition to her many local civic and philanthropic activities. Native to New York, Glass worked in advertising, publishing and at Cosmopolitan and New York Magazine before turning to fiction full-time. She is a screenwriter and journalist who has served as trustee of the New York City Police Foundation, board vice president of the Asolo Repertory Theater, board member of the Sarasota Reading Festival and Mystery Writers of America. Deeply committed to giving back, Glass established the Leslie Glass Foundation in 1990 to support research in the fields of Mental Health and Criminal Justice. As Glass fans avidly devoured her powerful New York thrillers, Leslie Glass Fellows at NYU School of Social Work, NYU Law School, CUNY Graduate Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, and the National Center for Victims of Crime, The New York City Police Foundation and Ringling College have been working to better understand our world and improve it. In 2009, Leslie established an independent film company to produce the feature film Rehab is for Quitters which is scheduled for 2010 production. On January 1, 2010 Leslie launched the new web magazine ILoveQuitters.com, for people seeking personal growth and balance in their lives just about everyone.
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