Author and screenwriter Richard Price has been surveying life in the streets and cities of New York and New Jersey since the 70s. Born on October 12, 1949, he has drawn on his childhood in the Bronx to create vivid portraits of the American class struggles. His novels are "The Wanderers," Bloodbrothers," "Ladies' Man," "The Breaks," "Clockers," "Freedomland" and "Samaritan"... several of which have been turned into films. Price is also a hugely popular screenwriter, penning the films "The Color of Money," "Sea of Love," "Ransom," "Shaft," "Kiss of Death" and many others.
Guardian Unlimited Books: Richard Price - It's not about money
The literary voice of North Jersey talks about the world, neighborhoods and people that inspire his books.
IMDB: Richard Price
Filmography, awards, biography, agent, discussions, photos, news articles and fan sites.
Popentertainment.com: Richard Price Interview
Ronald Sklar of talks with the celebrated novelist about his career and his new book 'Samaritan.'
Atlantic Unbound: Richard Price - Shades of Gray
Interview with the celebrated author about his latest novel, 'Samaritan.' (February 26, 2003)
Salon.com Books: 'Samaritan' by Richard Price
Charles Taylor gives a positive review to Price's novel. (January 17, 2003)
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