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(written from a Production point of view)
Alan Gratz (born 27 January 1972; age 44) is an author of novels, short stories, plays, magazine articles, and radio commercials. His short fiction has appeared in Metropulse magazine and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, among others.
In addition, Gratz has taught writing to middle school students in Tokyo, Japan, worked with young writers from the Columbus, Ohio area, and written a few episodes of A&E's City Confidential series.
Gratz was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee, and attended the University of Tennessee, where he earned a College Scholars degree with a specialization in creative writing, and, later, a Master's degree in English education. He currently lives in western North Carolina with his wife Wendi and his daughter Jo.
Star Trek workEdit
Some non-Star Trek worksEdit
- Samurai Shortstop
- Something Rotten
- Something Wicked
- The Brooklyn Nine
- Fantasy Baseball