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Daniel Starer  

Starer, 46, has been a full-time researcher since founding Research for Writers in 1980. His education includes a B.A. in English from Bowdoin College, graduate school courses in library and information science, and many training courses from the vendors of online databases. Articles about Research for Writers have appeared in Publishers Weekly, Writer’s Digest, and hundreds of newspapers in the US and abroad.


Aside from providing research services to numerous writers, corporations, and others, Starer has written four nonfiction books. These include two books on how to find information: Who Knows What (Henry Holt and Co.) and Who to Call (William Morrow and Co.); a best-selling "fun facts" book of numbered lists called Five Rings, Six Crises, Seven Dwarfs, and 38 Ways to Win an Argument (Viking Penguin); and Hot Topics (Simon & Schuster), a book arguing both sides of today's major political and social issues.


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