From his first week as a professional journalist, when he unwittingly ignited a national controversy involving the Rev. Jesse Jackson, former Arizona Republic and Associated Press reporter John Nemo's writing has led him into sometimes strange and always entertaining episodes. Whether stalking FBI fugitive and St. Paul soccer mom Sara Jane Olson or comparing Plinko to the meaning of life, Nemo's 47 essays encapsulate the life experiences of an up-and-coming writer yearning to do what God created him for - storytelling.
Former Associated Press and Arizona Republic reporter John Nemo is the author of three novels - The King's Game, Jumper and Miller's Miracle. He has spent more than a dozen years working as a journalist, talk radio producer, public relations expert and consultant.