I'm currently the director of communications at The Fuller Center for Housing in Americus, Ga.
I grew up in Oglethorpe, Ga., which literally has just one traffic light, and I remain a small-town boy at heart. I consider myself a "yupneck," which is half-yuppie, half-redneck.
I've written for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer since 1997. I've also worked as a sports writer and columnist at newspapers in Americus, Valdosta and Montezuma, all in Georgia.
Ideally, I'd live out the rest of my days as a novelist living in relative seclusion somewhere on the beautiful Georgia Coast, dragging my kayak onto lonesome beaches and jotting down the occasional story idea.