Getting to know … Peter Kerasotis by Ed Odeven

Journalist and professional colleague Ed Odeven asked to interview me for his website. We talked writing, journalism and other various topics. Here’s the link to the interview.

By Ed Odeven
Tokyo (Nov. 14, 2013) — Peter Kerasotis, veteran journalist, author and broadcaster, is one of the most gifted storytellers in America.

To the average John Smith or Jane Doe, he may not be as well known as Stephen King or Mitch Albom, but his ability to consistently produce quality work is beyond impressive. In the past four decades, Kerasotis has collected an astonishing number of awards for his journalism work, a reminder of his commitment to excellence, work ethic and talent. (For a rundown, take a look at this list:

Kerasotis, who’s in his eary 50s, resides in Florida and refuses to rest on his laurels. Instead, he’s always fired up about the next story and the next opportunity to conduct an interview.

Click Here To Read The Full Interview

1 Comment

  • Herb Plotkin
    05 Jan 2015

    I am an 80 year old sports fan having grown up in Brooklyn, NY (Jackie Robinson, et al.),Baltimore, MD (John Unitas, et al.)and for the past 57 years have lived in Jax, FL. My basketball life was entrenched with the goings on with that small university located on Merrill Rd. here in town, JU. as they moved from obscurity to majestic success during the Williams, Wasdin era. How succinct are your poignant and memorable revelations as each paragraph on every page brought me back to a time when I and my wife sat through each and every home game as well as some away games cheering wildly for our home town Dolphins. I thank you for allowing me to relive a cherished gone bye era in sports history as I read your book “Once A Coach, Always a Coach. May this year be one of much literary success for you and may you and your family enjoy that success with much good health and happiness. Sincerely, Herb Plotkin
    (also an avid Gator supporter)