I write books.
And give legal advice to fellow writers.
Sallie Randolph: attorney, author
Sallie draws on her extensive experience as a published author to help clients plan, seek, and realize their own publishing goals.
Sallie has written seven books and is the lead author of Author Law A to Z (Capital Books, 2005) and co-contributor of the legal chapter for The ASJA Guide to Freelance Writing: A Professional Guide to the Business, for Nonfiction Writers of All Experience Levels, edited by Timothy Harper (St. Martin’s Griffin, 2003).
Sallie's other book credits include:
Gerald R. Ford, President, (Walker, 1986); Richard M. Nixon, President (Walker, 1989); Woodrow Wilson, President (Walker, 1991); Putting on Perfect Proms, Programs and Pageants (Franklin Watts, 1991), and is co-author with Nancy O. Bolick of Shaker Inventions (Walker, 1990) and Shaker Villages (Walker, 1993).
Sallie has also written articles, travel pieces, short stories, and features for such publications as Ms., Outside, Grit, Good Housekeeping, Woman's World, Sports Parade, Off Duty, Bicycle Sport, Campaigns & Elections, Miami Herald, Buffalo News, Los Angeles Times, Louisville Courier-Journal , Cleveland Plain Dealer, and many others.
For three years, Sallie was the editor of the Sierra Atlantic, a 32-page half-tabloid official publication of the New York State (Atlantic Chapter) Sierra Club, circulation of 40,000+ where she solicited articles; coordinated efforts of volunteers; edited, typeset, laid out and pasted up the entire publication; handled advertising, billing, and relations with printer, mail house, chapter board of directors and supervising publications committee.
She was also an editorial consultant to the Arcade Herald, a respected weekly newspaper where she helped develop the reporting staff and implemented regular coverage of government, business, school and community events and did investigative reporting, interviews, feature writing and photography.
This extensive experience with print media informs Sallie's approach to helping authors identify and actualize their priorities for the terms they write and publish under.