Clay Coppedge has worked in central Texas as a sportswriter, feature writer and reporter. His stories have appeared in Acres USA, Austin American-Statesman, Austin Chronicle, Austin Sun, Edible Austin, Elysian Fields Quarterly, Field & Stream, Houston Chronicle, Progressive Farmer, Texas Fisherman, Texas Golfer, Texas Co-op Power, Texas Highways and others.
About Joy Jones & Jim Nelson:
Joy Jones, native Texan, was born in Nacogdoches and graduated from high school there, then from Stephen F. Austin University. She lived for almost thirty years in Lavaca County where she raised her three children and taught high school English and social studies.
Anthony Head has profiled a far-ranging collection of personalities for national and international publications such as Texas Highways, Men’s Edge, and Reader’s Digest for more than thirty years. He lives in San Marcos, Texas.
Spirit: The Life and Art of Jesse Trevino:
Bill Wright has written or contributed to seven books, and his photographs appear in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center of the University of Texas at Austin, and the Smithsonian Museum of American History in Washington, DC.
About The Whole Damn Cheese:
Joe Bax is a graduate of both the University of Houston and Texas A&M University and has authored several nonfiction articles. Joe received his bachelor's in American History and master's in Southern History with an emphasis on slavery and Reconstruction.