Paul Kortepeter, Author at The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
Paul Kortepeter
Paul Kortepeter’s varied career includes movie development, teaching and publishing. He has a Bachelor’s degree in English literature from Earlham College and a Master of Fine Arts degree in cinema production from the University of Southern California. While a student at USC, he edited a documentary film on the homeless, In the Wee Wee Hours, that was nominated for an Academy Award. He spent the next six years in Los Angeles developing made-for-TV movies for USA Networks and for popular actors such as Jane Seymour, Pierce Brosnan, Walter Matthau and Isabella Rosellini. More recently, he worked as senior editor for Sunrise Publications, now a division of Hallmark Cards. While at Sunrise, he met artist Susan Wheeler and the two collaborated in creating picture books for Dutton Children’s Books and gift books for Harvest House Publishers. Paul helped to found The Oaks Academy, a private classical school in Indianapolis, where he currently serves as Curriculum Director and eighth grade teacher. He recently completed a writing program, Writing & Rhetoric, for Classical Academic Press.
by | Jul 22, 2022

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