What’s my story?
I’m Bruce Antonio Laue, a freelance writer featured in Taki’s Magazine, SpliceToday, and New York Press among others. I have a degree in History and Political Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University, where I was the editor of the newspaper, and am the recipient of the New York State Defense of Liberty Medal for service after the attacks of 9/11/2001.
My father, William Rollini Laue, was the Overseas Picture Editor for The New York Times in Rome after WWII and my cousin, Camille Cianfarra, was the Times Bureau Chief in Madrid. My mother was American born, Paris raised and lived there throughout the German occupation until she was able to relocate to the U.S. - via troop ship. She later worked on Wall Street as a corporate librarian and later still as a legal assistant for a noted immigration attorney.
I have a few things to say.
And I learned very well from those who came before me to say those things honestly and respectfully.
You can join me by subscribing here:
A subscription will be free for our initial launch, and going forward, will have a nominal monthly or annual fee, once you get used to seeing my work in your inbox. I will also keep some free content as well.
My articles have been shared online and translated into many languages, and if you would consider sharing this newsletter, I would be very grateful to have more eyes on my work, especially if those friends and acquaintances hit the subscribe button.
Please grab a glass of wine, a cup of coffee or whatever beverage makes you happy and let’s get to it.
Thank you for reading.