Sunday, August 9, 2009

Beverly Library to host On the Job author

On the Job author Daniel P. Smith is slated to present his author program, "The Path to On the Job," at Chicago's Beverly Library on August 25 at 7pm. The recently remodeled library in Chicago's historic Beverly neighborhood stands a fitting backdrop for Smith's discussion of Chicago's unique character and law enforcement realities. The program is FREE and open to the public.

Tuesday, August 25 @ 7pm
Beverly Library
1962 W. 95th Street (Chicago)
(312) 747-9673

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Stop by the Edison Park Fest

For the second consecutive year, On the Job author Daniel P. Smith will have a tent space at the Edison Park Fest on Chicago's northwest side. The 2009 edition of the fest will take place on August 15 and 16.

In addition to selling and signing copies of On the Job, his debut work, Smith will also have available a complete line of books from Chicago-based publisher Lake Claremont Press, including Rick Kogan's ode to the famed Billy Goat Tavern, Andy Austin's memoir of life as a courtroom sketch artist, and Sharon Shea Bossard's helpful guidebook, Finding Your Chicago Irish.

For additional information on the Edison Park Fest, including location and hours, please visit the Edison Park Chamber of Commerce.

For additional information on Lake Claremont Press and its many Chicago-focused titles, please visit

Edison Park Fest
Saturday, August 15--9am to 7pm
Sunday, August 16--10am to 7pm

Smith appears on CAN-TV's "Avila Fine Arts Show"

On the Job author Daniel P. Smith recently appeared on the CAN-TV's "Avila Fine Arts Show." The Chicago-based program, hosted by attorney Frank Avila, explores Chicago's cultural, political, and historical scene. To view the program, visit:

Many thanks to program host Frank Avila for guiding an honest discussion and program producer Tony Joyce for coordinating the appearance.