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PO Box 8212

Calabasas, CA 91372

Email: tieinwriters AT gmail DOT com

Blog: www.iamtw.blogspot.com

Current Officers

The current IAMTW president is Jonathan Maberry. Jonathan is a New York Times best-selling and multiple Bram Stoker Award-winning suspense author, editor, tie-in writer, comic book writer, magazine feature writer, playwright, content creator, teacher/lecturer and a familiar, friendly face at genre conferences across the country.

Deborah Stevenson is the Executive Vice President, handling the day-to-day management of the organization (membership, the Scribes, the Facebook pages, etc.).

The IAMTW was co-founded by Max Allan Collins and Lee Goldberg, who served as President and Vice-President respectively until August 7, 2018.

MAX ALLAN COLLINS, an MWA “Edgar” nominee in both fiction and non-fictioncategories, has earned fourteen PWA “Shamus” nominations for his historical thrillers, winning for his Nathan Heller novels, True Detective (1983) and Stolen Away (1991). His graphic novel Road to Perdition is the basis of the Academy Award-winning film starring Tom Hanks; a prose sequel, Road to Purgatory, was published by Morrow in 2004. His many comics credits include “Dick Tracy”; “Ms. Tree”; “Batman”; and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” based on the hit TV series for which he has also written video games, jigsaw puzzles, and a USA TODAY-bestselling series of novels. An independent filmmaker in his native Iowa (“Mommy,” “Shades of Noir”), he and his writer wife Barbara frequently collaborate, sometimes under the name Barbara Allan.

LEE GOLDBERG is a two-time “Edgar” nominee whose many TV writing and/or producing credits include Martial Law, Spenser: For Hire,, Diagnosis Murder, The Cosby Mysteries, Hunter, Nero Wolfe, Missing and Monk. He’s also the author of many books, including My Gun Has Bullets, Beyond the Beyond, Unsold TV Pilots, Successful Television Writing, The Walk, The Man With The Iron-On Badge, as well as the Diagnosis Murder and Monk series of paperback originals.


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