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A review of Casey Cep’s book, Furious Hours30 July 2019 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
Dan Skwire reviews Casey Cep’s Furious Hours, which begins with the story of Willie Maxwell, an Alabama preacher whose relatives tended to die mysteriously months after he purchased large amounts of insurance on their lives.Milliman is featured on a podcast about disability insurance12 December 2016 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article

Dan Skwire discusses the disability insurance industry and its future.

Wallace Stevens: Poet and insurance executive06 November 2013 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
Milliman consultant Dan Skwire considers how two books on Wallace Stevens demonstrate the relationship between Stevens' insurance career and his writing.The actuary meets Franz Kafka30 November 2012 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
Milliman actuary Dan Skwire talks about the surprisingly central role played by insurance in literature and film.From the office of Franz Kafka01 November 2012 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
How did Kafka’s work in insurance inform his fiction?Ed King: Examining Risk and Fate01 March 2012 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
A recent novel provides an insightful treatment of the actuarial profession.The literary lives of actuaries18 January 2012 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
An interview with Milliman principal and consulting actuary Dan Skwire, author of a series of articles on the portrayal of actuaries and insurance professionals in literature.David Graham Phillips and the Great American Insurance Novel01 November 2011 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
Light-Fingered Gentry: A harshly critical fictional treatment of the life insurance business in the early years of the 20th century.Secret lives of actuaries01 May 2010 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
From chick lit to David Foster Wallace, the depiction of actuaries in recent literature isn't exactly flattering.Life, death, and insurance in film noir01 May 2008 - By Daniel D. Skwire - Article
Double Indemnity was the first film to explore insurance in all its complexity.
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