Alan Brennert

ALAN BRENNERT grew up in Edgewater, New Jersey, at the foot of the Palisades. He won an Emmy Award in 1991 for his work as a writer-producer on "L.A. Law, "and was nominated for two other Emmy Awards as well as a Golden Globe. He won a Nebula Award for his story "Ma Qui." The author of the national bestsellers "Moloka'i, " a "Bookies" award-winner for Book Club Book of the Year, and "Honolulu, "winner of "Elle"'s Lettres 2009 Grand Prix for Fiction, he lives in Sherman Oaks, California.