Bob Rich fell in love with storytelling at summer camps in Northern Ontario. As he traveled from the shores of Lake Erie to the Florida Keys, he was inspired to write by some of literature’s greatest storytellers, Herman Mellville and Ernest Hemingway.
Now, after producing four books – Fish Fights, The Fishing Club, The Right Angle and Looking Through Water, his first novel which will soon appear on the big screen, Rich has created a documentary, Anglers of the Oval Office, and a second novel, Secrets of the Delphi Cafe. They will soon be followed by a baseball book, Back to the Bigs, It Only Took 105 Years! and a Broadway exposé, The Man in Row R.