Daniel Knapp has written and edited fiction and non-fiction for such national publications as TIME, The Los Angeles Times, Esquire, Life, The New York Times Magazine, Reader's Digest, The Saturday Evening Post, West Magazine, Performing Arts, People, Show, and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine. His Esquire profile of Mao Tse Tung, "A Day In The Life Of The Chairman," has been translated into a dozen languages, and included in anthologies and university textbooks. He is the author of the bestselling "as told to" biography Going Down With Janis, a scathing look at the underbelly of the early rock world and the life and times of rock star Janis Joplin. He also wrote Baccarat, a study of the high roller game and the man who brought it to Las Vegas after escaping Cuba's civil war. When the print edition of his novel, California Woman was originally published, it sold approximately a half million copies. His stand alone sequel to California Woman entitled THE WOMEN IN TYLER'S WILL is now available in Kindle and large glossy paperback editions at Amazon.com. He now lives in Salt Lake City with his wife of 36 years, Leslie; formerly head of the division of biological anthropology at the University of Cambridge, she is now the Chair of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Utah. They have travelled the world together pursuing primate research and new subjects for fiction and non-fiction.
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