Gary Frazier has lived in La Vergne, TN, since August 1999 and is a member of the La Vergne Library Board. A former newspaper writer and editor, journalism is in his blood, hence the reason for this site.
An author and screenwriter, his short fiction has appeared in two volumes of Our Voices: Williamson County Literary Review (published by CoolSprings Press in Franklin, TN ). He also wrote “the story that won” in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine’s November 2015 issue.
Gary also writes book reviews for Bookpage and Killer Nashville, as well as on his own blog site, Adventures in Writing. He has interviewed several authors for The Big Thrill, the online magazine of the International Thriller Writers.
He is a script competition reader for the prestigious Austin Film Festival and served as a finalist juror for Nashville Film Festival’s screenwriting competition. He has read and rated more than 600 scripts. He is a member of the Tennessee Screenwriting Association.
Gary began his career as a newspaper reporter. He routinely covered local and county governments, politics, business, crime and courts, and education stories in Tennessee. As the managing editor of The Columbia Times, The Review Appeal, and The Daily News Journal newspapers, he received numerous awards from the Tennessee Press Association and The Associated Press.