“Oreos and a Pack of Marlboro Lites is a collection of true stories, essays, and even a poem, which have only been lightly fictionalized to protect some of my innocent—or should I say guilty muses. The book is intended to entertain, make you laugh, and even make you say a few “oh s...s!” To instigate, to inspire, to think, to challenge, and to deep dive into the psyche. To a few times make you reflect on your own life. The stories span many years and cover a wide variety of subjects including relation-ships, race, religion, and coming of age matters.” (Jeffrey Kass) "Oreos and a Pack of Marlboro Lights is a must read because it challenges, engages, inspires and makes you laugh while authentically addressing some of life's most important issues--such as race, religion, and relationships with a refreshing sense of vulnerability that we all can relate to. Again, a must read." (Dr. Ryan Ross, Associate Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs, Equity, and Inclusion, Colorado Community College System and the CEO, Urban Leadership Foundation of Colorado)
Paperback: 128 pages Publishing date: June 1, 2019 Language: English ISBN-10: 1-950437-64-7 ISBN-13: 978-1-950437-64-1 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.4 x 9 inches
Jeffrey Kass is an author, lawyer and community activist residing in Denver, Colorado. He has been writing and publishing works since college. Over the past 25 years, Jeffrey has authored over 100 articles on issues such as Israel, race, politics, law and religion. His works have been published in both major and regional publications over the years, including several pieces in the St. Louis Post Dispatch, The Utah Star Tribune, the Connecticut Jewish Ledger, The St. Louis Jewish Light, The Ohio Jewish Chronicle, Visions and others. Professionally, Jeffrey has authored dozens of articles and a book on intellectual property legal issues over the past 20 years. He also is a national speaker, having engaged local and national audiences on intellectual property issues, as well as issues facing startup companies. Jeffrey is a guest-lecturer at Washington University, UCLA and The University of Colorado-Denver. He also has done amateur standup comedy since he was 18.