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Kerrie M. Droban is an award winning author and criminal defense attorney in Phoenix, Arizona. A graduate of The Johns Hopkins University Writing Seminars and the University of Arizona, she studied playwriting with Edward Albee and poetry with Peter Sacks, Carolyn Kizer and Joy Harjo.

Her collection of poems entitled, The Language of Butchers, earned numerous awards including the Academy of American Poets Award, the New Letters International Poetry Award, the Poet Lore Award and the Amelia Encore Award.

Additionally, Droban’s true crime Running with Devil: The True Story of the ATF's Infiltration of the Hells Angels and Prodigal Father Pagan Son: Growing Up Inside the Dangerous World of the Pagans Motorcycle Gang has received critical accl
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Writing About Guns

On this beautiful November morning, when everyone else is out hiking and enjoying nature, I’m working through several scenes in my next book that involves guns and shooting them. I came across this gem of an article by ‘Terrible Minds” and thought it was worth a share.  


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R.J. Jeffreys Thank you for your friendship here, Kerrie. Happy New Year and best regards, Jeff


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Jesse Hanson Dear Kerrie, Thanks for including me among your friends here on goodreads. Your books sound so very interesting. Certainly hope I can find the time to read one or both one day. I've had some exposure to such-like wild crazy people myself in my life, but have been fortunate and thus far survived those encounters.
On the other end of the spectrum, so to speak, are people seeking and finding truth and love. If you have an interest in spirituality, I will ask you to consider my spiritual allegory, Song of George: Portrait of an Unlikely Holy Man for your reading list. It's fiction but is inspired by real events in my life.
Wishing you the best in all things, including your experiment with giving (as in your artice, "priceless integrity"). Namaste, jesse


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