Philip Lentz is a writer, photographer, musician and fantasy baseball aficionado. Over his career, he has been an award-winning reporter as well as a lobbyist, political adviser and public relations executive.
During his journalism career, he was a national and local political reporter for several publications, including the Chicago Tribune, the late Philadelphia Bulletin, the Newark Star-Ledger and Crain's New York Business. He worked in several political campaigns, including serving as press secretary in the 1992 presidential campaign of Paul Tsongas.
More recently, Mr. Lentz was vice president for government relations for the Partnership for New York City, the city's leading business advocacy organization; an executive at the public relations firms of Burson-Marsteller and Geto & de Milly; and senior vice president and director of communications for New York State's housing finance agencies. He is currently the Director of Public Affairs at New York University.
His first novel, The Corcoran Affair, was published in 2004, and he has just published his second novel, Murder at City Hall. Mr. Lentz is a native of Bloomfield, N.J., and now lives in New York City .
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