Bryan Gilmer was a professional writer for 15 decades. He was employed as a newspaper reporter for nine years, five in Florida's largest paper, the Pulitzer Prize-winning St. Petersburg Times. A amusement park employee was there shut down harmful Alzheimer's care homes, exposed by his investigative reporting and revealed that two women had staged an funeral. In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, Bryan and coworkers first told the nation which uncounted overseas ballots would not allow Al Gore defeat George W. Bush, also Bryan appeared on NPR's "All Things Considered" to talk about the narrative.
Formerly, Bryan was nighttime police reporter at The Greenville News in South Carolina, where he covered dozens of homicides, plane crashes, bank robberies and deadly car wrecks. That expertise figures in his crime novels.
Bryan has a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism. He teaches newswriting in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He has lectured at the Poynter Institute for media research, Clemson University, The University of South Florida and Stetson University Law School. He lives with Kelly, his wife, and their son North Carolina, in Durham, where he writes fiction and runs his own editing and writing business.
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