Jonathan Grant is the author of the novels Brambleman and Chain Gang Elementary. He is equally proud of his work as co-author/editor of his late father’s monumental history, The Way It Was in the South: The Black Experience in Georgia (UGA Press, 2001), named the state’s nonfiction “Book of the Year” and Editors Choice at American Heritage magazine. His third novel, Party to a Crime, will be published by Thornbriar Press in 2014. He is currently at work on The Unhappy History of Higgston, Missouri, the sad tale of a drone strike on a small town.
Grant grew up on a Missouri farm. came down South, and graduated from the University of Georgia. The former journalist, state government spokesman, PTA president, and soccer coach lives in Atlanta with his wife and two children.
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.