Lawrence Lindner is a New York Times best-selling coauthor and collaborating writer on a wide variety of books ranging from memoirs to animal care to health topics. He also penned a nationally syndicated biweekly column in the Washington Post for several years and wrote a monthly column for the Boston Globe. His freelance work has appeared in publications ranging from the Los Angeles Times to Condé Nast Traveler, the International Herald Tribune, Reader’s Digest, and O, the Oprah Magazine. Currently, he serves as executive editor of Your Dog, a monthly publication of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, and as secretary of Saving Baby Equine Charity. In addition, he is the coordinator of Boston’s Literary Cultural District, working under the auspices of the writers group GrubStreet. He lives in Hingham, Massachusetts, with his wife, Constance, and his son, John.
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