Greg Nichols has written on culture and urban development for publications such as Miller-McCune, Ode magazine, and Pittsburgh Quarterly. He graduated from the University of California at Santa Barbara and went on to complete his MFA in creative writing at Emerson College, where he was awarded the 2009 Cecil and Helen Rose Ethics in Communications award from the School of the Arts for his reporting on Braddock. He also received “Best Sports Feature” and “Best History/Culture Feature” honors at the Press Club of Western Pennsylvania’s 2012 Golden Quill awards. He lives with his wife in southern California.
STRIKING GRIDIRON: A Town’s Pride and a Team’s Shot at Glory During the Biggest Strike in American History (Thomas Dunne Books, 2014)