FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
This Weekend’s Printer’s Row Lit Fest Features Author and Fathers’ Rights Attorney
CHICAGO, IL—June 8, 2012—Critically acclaimed author and noted matrimonial
attorney Jeffery Leving (http://dadsrights.com) will be featured at this year’s Printer’s Row
Lit Fest, taking place June 9th through 10th from 10:00AM to 6:00PM CST. Leving’s booth will
be located near the west entrance on Polk Street.
Leving will be discussing his newly released book How to Be a Good Divorced Dad, which
garnered praise from President Barack Obama and an endorsement from Francis Cardinal George
of the Archdiocese of Chicago who said, “This is a pain-filled book that offers good advice about
how to preserve a family born of a marriage that has failed. It’s a book that is, unfortunately,
more and more needed.”
Leving’s new book offers insights about legal system trends and other factors that dismantle
father-child relationships. The book is filled with stories showing how fathers have struggled to
save and protect their relationships with their children.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeffery Leving was named one of “America’s Best Lawyers” by Forbes Radio. He authored two
previous groundbreaking books: Fathers’ Rights and Divorce Wars, and co-authored the Illinois
Leving was recently honored in Resolution No. 995 by the Illinois House of Representatives for
his “forward-thinking initiatives in the field of law and father’s rights” and Leving “serves as a
model of hard work, integrity, and dedication for the people of the State of Illinois.”
ABOUT PRINTERS ROW LIT FEST
The Printer’s Row Lit Fest is considered the largest free outdoor literary event in the Midwest
with seven stages featuring more than 100 literary programs. The annual festival draws more than
125,000 book lovers to the two-day showcase and attracts more than 200 booksellers from across
the country displaying new, used and antiquarian books. Held on the Near South Side, the Lit
Fest stretches five city blocks, on Dearborn, from Congress to Polk.
For more information contact Gregory Klimczak at 312-296-4888.