Since his birth in New York City, Kip Cassino has travelled much of the world. He has run micro-tool factories in Israel and Hong Kong, studied art in Munich, and assembled nuclear weapons in South Korea. He is a Vietnam veteran.
Cassino has worked construction, been a soldier, written for newspapers, performed market research, and accurately forecasted the future of several industries. His articles have appeared in publications as diverse as The New Times, Smithsonian Air & Space, Entrepreneur, and Ad Week. He has been interviewed by Meet the Press, BBC, and
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VICE. He has written science fiction for Analog and numerous marketing and political spending analyses. He was awarded the Research Award of Merit by the Newspaper Association of America in 2008.
Cassino’s wife and life partner Helen turned his urge to write into reality. She graced his world for far too short a time, but that is the way with angels. Since her passing, he has moved closer to his wonderful grandchildren—and now lives and works in Boca Raton, Florida.
Kip is a proud supporter of the following organizations:
The Narrow Man
Nuclear Warrior (The true story of a serious nuclear incident)
Ozzie – the Dog Who Wanted to Fly (Children’s)
Books in Process:
The Narrow Edge (Sequel to The Narrow Man)
Ozzie – the Dog Who Floated Like a Cloud (Children’s)
Books Currently Planned:
Operation Toll Booth (Military alternative history thriller)
Other Writing Projects:
Miraj (Comedy TV series treatment)
Savorit (Techno-thriller screenplay)
The Gleaners (Sci-Fi screenplay)
IN THE NEWS
In addition to being recognized for his books, with his extensive experience in market research and forecasting, Kip continues to be asked to contribute to national news publications. A selection of his contributions, past and present, can be found below.
Politicians, groups turn to digital advertising in race to turn out voters for midterms
Beto O'Rourke is taking advantage of the digital ad spending trend in 2018
Why You Won’t Stop Getting Junk Mail
Despite backlash over political ads, Facebook’s role in elections will only grow
Data-Driven Targeting Created Huge 2016 Political Ad Shift
Facebook and Google Are Big Winners As Political Ad Money Moves Online
TV Remains King in Political Ad Spending
WPP to target US voters with personalised online ads
2016 Campaigns Will Spend $4.4 Billion On TV Ads, But Why?
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