Roger L. Simon

Author, ”American Refugees: The Untold Story of the Mass Migration from Blue to Red States”

Roger L. Simon is the author of thirteen books, including the prize-winning Moses Wine detective series. He has also been a Hollywood screenwriter and is the author of seven feature films, including the adaptation of his own novel “The Big Fix, starring Richard Dreyfuss, and the adaption of Isaac Bashevis Singer’s “Enemies, A Love Story” for which Simon was nominated for an Academy Award. As a journalist he is the co-founder of the pioneering opinion site PJ Media and is currently the editor-at-large of The Epoch Times for which he writes a column. Simon has also written for The New York Times, National Review, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, City Journal and Real Clear Politics, among many others. He appears frequently on talk radio and cable news. He has been the president of PEN West and on the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America. 

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