2023 Participant · Mississippi · Non-Fiction · History
A proud native of the Mississippi Delta, freelance writer Nash Nunnery has penned newspaper and magazine articles for various publications over the years, including the Clarion-Ledger, Jackson Daily News, Mississippi Business Journal, Clinton News. Mississippi Sports magazine, Vicksburg Post, Clinton Courier and the Rankin County News.
Nash Nunnery has written on a wide variety of subjects, ranging from college and high school sports to Mississippi's antiquated adoption laws to the business of agriculture.
Before joining the Mississippi Development Authority as a project manager in 2011, he served as public information specialist for the Mayor's Office in the City of Jackson and as a contract background investigator with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
Growing up in Clinton, Nunnery played high school football for his hometown Arrows in the early 1970s. As a teenager, he became enamored with nostalgic football and baseball fields from various eras, captivated by their uniqueness and quirks.
Nunnery, who resides in Brandon, is married to the former Vicki Petro. They have two daughters and four grandchildren.
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