An accomplished journalist and author, he’s most widely known for his novel, The Devil’s Seat tickets. His other functions consist of Where Peachtree Fits Lovely Auburn and WILT, 1962. Before composing novels, he proved helpful being a sportswriter for The Washington Post. He graduated through the College or university of California, Berkeley as a brief history major. He wedded and got three children along with his wife, Carrie Schwab-Pomerantz. He respected Wilt Chamberlain and had written a reserve about him.