About Bill Chastain
Bill Chastain began his writing career after graduating from Georgia Tech in 1979. Notable publications where his work has appeared include:The Sporting News, Razor Magazine, Nation's Business, SPORT Magazine, and Inside Sports. Chastain has worked as a sports reporter for The St. Petersburg Times, The St. Petersburg Evening Independent, The Tampa Tribune, and MLB.com. Non-fiction books he has written include: Payne at Pinehurst: The Greatest U.S. Open Ever; Purpose and Passion: Bobby Pruett and the Marshall Years; Steel Dynasty: The Team that Changed the NFL; September Nights: Chasing the Beasts of the American League East; Jackrabbit: The Story of Clint Castleberry and the Improbable 1942 Georgia Tech Football Season; Hack's 191: Hack Wilson and His Incredible 1930 Season; The Steve Spurrier Story: From Heisman to Head Ball Coach; Try Not to Suck, The Exceptional, Extraordinary Baseball Life of Joe Maddon; and White Fang and the Golden Bear: A Father and Son Journey on the Golf Course and Beyond. Fiction titles include: The Streak, Peachtree Corvette Club, and Retrouvailles.