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About the Author

Narratives Beyond Newsrooms

Meet the author who turns life’s echoes into captivating tales. A seasoned journalist, Craig T. Greenlee has navigated the vibrant worlds of sports and higher education, crafting narratives that resonate. As the former sports editor of UPSCALE Magazine and a correspondent for both DIVERSE Issues in Higher Education and Convergence, an advertorial supplement of The Chronicle of Higher Education, his work has enlightened and inspired readers.

Craig’s journey began at Marshall University, where he honed his writing skills as a journalism major. His literary debut, November Ever After, is an eye-opening memoir that delves into the aftermath of the 1970 Marshall plane crash, a tragedy that still whispers through the annals of time. The overwhelming response to this moving narrative paved the way for its newly released sequel, Marshall Ever After, which promises to elevate the saga to new heights.

Speaking of next chapters, be on the look-out for another book that’s in the making. This one (no title yet) offers a glimpse into Craig’s life as a journalist and photographer, mingling with luminaries from sports, entertainment, and politics.

Though relatively new to the world of books, he’s already making waves with his compelling narratives. When he’s not weaving words, Craig finds joy in photography and graphic design, capturing life’s moments with the same passion he brings to his writing. Stay tuned, for this is just the beginning of a journey that promises to be as intriguing as it is captivating.