Warren Firschein is the co-founder and managing editor of Odet, a literary journal based in Tampa Bay. A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, where he served as an editor of the University of Pittsburgh Law Review, and Carnegie Mellon University's Tepper School of Business, he is a long-time attorney for the Federal Communications Commission. He is the author of Out of Synch, the highest-selling novel about the sport of synchronized swimming, as well as the co-author of A Brief History of Safety Harbor, Florida, published by The History Press in 2013. He lives in Safety Harbor, Florida with his wife, Dawn, and their two daughters, Sophie and Elena, where he can often be found giving lectures on area history.
Warren's newest story, The Pirate of Janaconda Island, is the story of twelve-year-old twins Lucy and Paddy Hendricks as they attempt to find and solve clues to the location of a hidden pirate treasure while spending the summer on a Caribbean island in 1949. The Pirate of Janaconda Island is the first installment of the upcoming Hendricks Twins Adventures series.