Prof. Tom Chiarella Profiles Liam Neeson in March Esquire
February 27, 2011
February 27, 2011, Greencastle, Ind. — "In the March issue of Esquire, Liam Neeson opens up to writer Tom Chiarella about his life since losing wife Natasha Richardson two years ago in a tragic skiing accident," writes Liz Kelly in the Washington Post. "The man is, understandably, sad and still somewhat lost. Despite his return to work immediately after her death, he says the loss still hits him when he least expects it."
Of the piece authored by Chiarella, visiting professor of creative writing at DePauw University and fiction editor for the magazine, Kelly adds, "The entire heartbreaking article is worth a read."
Access the item at the Post's website.
Chiarella's profile of Neeson is also noted in Entertainment Weekly.
The article itself -- "The Hard Luck and Beautiful Life of Liam Neeson" -- can be found at Esquire.com.
Chiarella was part of a team that earned a 2009 national award from The American Society of Magazine Editors. He is the author of three books -- Foley's Luck, Writing Dialogue and Thursday's Game: Notes from a Golfer with Far to Go -- and his work was included in The Best American Magazine Writing 2009.
The professor wrote the cover story for the August 2010 issue of Esquire, featuring the efforts of former President Bill Clinton to help Haiti rebuild from the January 12 earthquake. Learn more in this previous story.Back