About Joseph Dobrian
Joseph Dobrian has lived most of his adult life in New York City, where he ran for Mayor in 2009. He now lives in Iowa City, Iowa, where he’s become a well-recognized figure on the streets: usually wearing one of the 1930s-style suits that he designs himself.
Mr. Dobrian has been writing for his living for almost 30 years. He’s best known as a business journalist. He writes about real estate, finance, management, and other topics, for clients such as Dow Jones, J.D. Power and Associates, PricewaterhouseCoopers, American Express, American Airlines, Prudential, Ernst & Young, the Institute of Real Estate Management, and many others. He has helped several noted businesspeople to write their personal memoirs. He also writes poetry, plays, and essays, and is a noted historian of boxing.
When he’s not writing, researching, or looking for new clients, he’s attending classical music concerts and recitals, political meetings, or Iowa Hawkeyes football games. Willie Wilden is his first novel.
For more information, go to www.josephdobrian.com