Virtual Program: Writing The Mob: Nick Christophers
From New York to Los Angeles, and even Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the Mob’s tentacles reached into all corners of North America during the 20th century. Historians continue to explore this rich story to understand what really happened during the Mob’s American heyday. These virtual presentations will feature authors of recently published histories and memoirs.
Nick Christophers traces Greek organized crime around the world, depicting its members as the “silent partners” of the Mob world. This program will be available to watch online here, on Facebook Live and YouTube Live. More details coming soon.
Don’t miss our other programs in the Writing the Mob: Chronicling Organized Crime in the 20th Century series:
April 15: J. Michael Niotta, PhD and Avi Bash, Los Angeles Underworld
April 27: Russell Shorto, Smalltime: A Story of My Family and the Mob
May 5: Michael Cannell, A Brotherhood Betrayed: The Man Behind the Rise and Fall of Murder, Inc.
June 2: Marilyn Greenwald and Yun Li, Eunice Hunton Carter: A Lifelong Fight for Social Justice
June 22: Anthony M. DeStefano, The Deadly Don: Vito Genovese, Mafia Boss
Before creating his own public relations business, Nick Christophers graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a degree in Media Arts and a minor in Journalism. Christophers has been published in several online and print magazines. His first writing gig was with the Greek publication National Herald. He also worked with the Hellenic Times before becoming editor of Mob Candy for 7 years.
Christophers penned his own novel Destinies in 2018. He also recently completed a historical overview of the Greek mafia worldwide. His third book, called Prison Rules, was released in 2019.