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Retired Postal Worker Warren Pearlman’s Memoir Sheds Light on the Dark Seedy World of the U.S. Postal Service

The book was last exhibited at the 2019 Miami Book Fair.


Not much books have been written about what goes on in the post office. With this book, readers now know.

What goes in the life of a postal worker? How widespread are theft, sexual harassment, and the abuse of power in the post office? Retired postal worker Warren Pearlman talks about all these, plus many more, in his book “My Life and Times as a Postal Worker” (AuthorHouse; 2012).
“The book you’re about to read is my story working in the post office as a clerk and union officer,” wrote Pearlman in the back cover summary of his book. In his acknowledgments, he added, “Then information and facts gathered for this book came from mostly the newspapers and going onto the internet looking for information. The vast majority of the book came from my own personal knowledge and experiences.”
Other resources included the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Corporate Alliance to End Partner Violence (CAEPV).
The author started his career in the Postal Service as a clerk in December 1969 at the Biscayne Annex, the main post office in Miami, Florida, and retired in June 2007. He had served the postal sector for almost four decades. He also served in the Army for 19 months between 1970 and 1972.
“During my time working for the post office, the United States Postal Service changed dramatically,” said the author. “When I first started in the Post Office, I had no idea I would stay as long as I did 37 years, five months and 17 days.”
“My Life and Times as a Postal Worker” covers Pearlman’s tenure in one of America’s oldest government agencies. He spills details about the unethical behaviors in the postal sector, particularly unethical politics, theft, and sexual harassment. He did not even spare the union in his book. Pearlman also talks about the postal killings that took place across America.
Warren Pearlman’s revelations in “My Life and Times as a Postal Worker” proves that not everything in the Postal Service is letter-prefect.
The revealing memoir was last displayed at the Miami Book Fair 2019 Street Fair on November 22-24, 2019 at Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus) in Downtown Miami, Florida.
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My Life and Times as a Postal Worker
Author | Warren Pearlman
Published date | April 2, 2012
Publisher | AuthorHouse
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About the Author
The author of this book, Warren Pearlman, started in the U.S. Post Office in December 1969. He was drafted into the U.S. Army six months later and then returned to the post office in 1972. Warren married his first wife in 1973 until she passed away in 1992. He was made a union steward in 1982 and voted in as the Clerk Craft President for Miami in 1983 until he was elected Executive Vice-President in 1989 until 1996 and again from 1998 to 2002. He was also a state officer from 2000-2002. Warren married his second wife in 2004 and retired from the post office in 2007.

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