Tom Stanton

Tom Stanton is author of five nonfiction books, among them the critically acclaimed memoir "The Final Season" and the Quill Award finalist "Ty and The Babe," along with current best-seller "Terror in the City of Champions." A journalist for more than thirty years, he co-founded The Voice Newspapers in suburban Detroit and served as editor for 16 years, winning numerous press awards, including a Knight-Wallace Fellowship at the University of Michigan.
Stanton is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Detroit Mercy and a longtime member of the Detroit board of the Society of Professional Journalists. He also was editor of "The Detroit Tigers Reader" and in 2008 was named Michigan Author of the Year.