In the last decade, writer and producer Jack Cashill has had eight of his books published, seven of those non-fiction, three of those best-sellers. His most recent book, Deconstructing Obama: The Life, Loves, and Letters of America's First Postmodern President, is now in bookstores.
Jack's latest book is If I Had a Son: Race, Guns, and the Railroading of George Zimmerman.
Jack is a willing and able public speaker and speech writer. To verify, please see any of the five book presentations he has done on C-SPAN’s Book TV. They are all accessible online.
In the last fifteen years Jack has written and produced a score of documentaries for cable networks and PBS stations, most recently, No Shortcuts: The Entrepreneurial Life of Henry Bloch.
Before moving into non-fiction and documentary production, Jack worked full time in advertising, a field for which he still has a fondness. He has created thousands of ads in every conceivable media.
Jack retains his interest in challenging communications and marketing projects that have to be done at a very high level often under the pressures of time. Some examples:
Nearly ten years ago, Jack helped the new publishers of Ingram’s, a Midwestern business magazine, establish themselves. He still contracts with this highly successful enterprise as “executive editor.”