Jonathan Ingram has been a freelance writer for 36 years. A native of Washington, D.C. and a graduate of Duke University, his primary focus has been motor racing and craft beer. He co-authored Unseen Earnhardt and has written a biography on Danica Patrick, among other titles. His current book—Crash!—is a history of motor racing safety and how the HANS Device helped rescue the sport from the type of head injury that claimed the life of Dale Earnhardt.
Atlanta Writers Club Nonfiction
Listen to a panel of talented Atlanta Writers Club members as they discuss their newest nonfiction titles. Distinguished panelists include Sharon Marchisello, Patricia Martin Holt, Jonathan Ingram, and Jill Cox-Cordova.
Jill Cox-Cordova holds an MFA from Spalding University and a master’s degree in broadcast journalism from Northwestern University. She worked as a journalist for 21 years at such media outlets as CNN.com, The Weather Channel, MSNBC, WSB-TV, and as a freelancer for Essence magazine. As a creative writer, her publications include flash fiction in an anthology and creative nonfiction in Parks and Points, where she placed second in the publication’s essay contest.