By John MooreThe Associated PressAssociated Press WriterLos Angeles (AP)In the summer of 2017, the writer and playwright William Burroughs was driving around Los Angeles when he noticed a sign that said, “Praise Our Authors.”
That sign, which was still visible on the side of his car, prompted him to ask his friend, David G. Brown, if he could write a book on literary prizes.
Burrough’s wife, Mary, agreed.
Burrow’s book, “The Book of Fiction,” would be the first of two Burrough books published this year, and it would be published by a publisher he has not been associated with since 2011.
Burrows and Brown are both professors at the University of California, Los Angeles.
Brown had not been in the literary industry for nearly a decade.
He was a playwright in the late 1990s, but he had not written a novel in almost 10 years.
Burrowing was, however, a veteran of the Los Angeles-area literary scene.
He had been writing about the city for nearly 20 years, starting with his first novel, “City of Ghosts.”
He worked as a theater critic and later as a radio critic and news producer.
He spent years working with local writers and publishers, and eventually landed a job at the Los Alamos National Laboratory as a nuclear physicist and then director of the Laboratory for Nuclear Science.
He retired in 2011 after 22 years as director of nuclear science, and he wrote and published two books on the subject.
The first book, which he co-authored with his wife, Theodora Burrough, was published in 2015.
The second, “Unstoppable: A History of the New Poetry of the South,” was published by St. Martin’s Press in 2016.
The Burrough family’s most recent book, a book about Burrough and the rise of literary prize writing, was released in April 2018.
Brown is a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright who won a Tony for “The Boy in the Bubble,” a play he wrote with his father.
He wrote the plays “The New Year’s Day Massacre” and “The Man in the Moon,” and he also wrote a number of short stories and plays.
He is best known for his work as a reporter for the Los Angles Times-Tribune and for his series of radio shows, including “The Beat,” which he hosts.
Burrying has worked with several writers, including Stephen King, Anthony Burgess, Jonathan Franzen, and David Foster Wallace.
He has also co-written or co-directed five television programs, including the award-winning series “The Wire.”
He has worked on stage with “The Fugitive” and the play “The Best of James Joyce,” and on television with the Emmy-nominated series “Chicago Hope.”
He is the recipient of the National Endowment for the Arts’ 2014 Nobel Prize for Literature, and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for his screenplay for the HBO series “Penny Dreadful.”
Burrough has had more than 50 books published.
He and his wife Mary Burrough have lived in Los Angeles since 1967.
(© The Burrroughs Foundation)Burrough and Brown started writing together in their mid-20s.
Burridge’s wife had just finished college, and they moved to the United States together.
They started writing about Los Angeles in the mid-1980s, and Burrough wrote several plays and short stories.
Burying his head in the sand, he was not yet writing in a way that he could describe the city.
They decided to take a trip to the Pacific Northwest to try to write something, and a friend suggested Burrough to do a book.
Burr was a poet at the time, and while he was working on a book, he asked his friend to help him.
He also asked Brown to help.
Burraw and Brown, along with a small group of friends, went to a bookstore in Portland, Oregon, to look for books about Los Angls.
Brown found Burrough in the store and helped Burrough read.
Burroun told him that he thought it was possible to do an anthology, and that he wanted to write the first book.
Brown said he was surprised at how much of a breakthrough Burrough seemed.
He suggested they make a second book together.
The two writers started working on their second book, but they were unsure how it would work.
Burries wanted the story to be about the idea of an anthology.
Brown was also unsure of the format.
They talked about doing a book and getting a printer to do the printing.
Burry wanted a book that would be available for free to anyone to read.
He wanted the book to be a work in progress.
Brown wanted a story that would sell as many copies as possible.
They began by looking at Burrough.
Burrugh had written a lot of fiction, but no