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Pocket Grammar author J.T. Mitchell discusses Mississippi Book Festival on SuperTalk Mississippi
Authors Frances Milam and J.T. Mitchell discuss Pocket Grammar on SuperTalk Mississippi, Good Things with Rebecca Turner
J.T. Mitchell works as a journalist for News Mississippi and SuperTalk Mississippi. Beforehand, J.T. wrote commercial scripts for various law firms across America, plus he served as a radio host in East Tennessee. J.T. received his education from The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, where he studied English, Philosophy, and Creative Writing. He also played four years of college football for the Tigers. In his free time, J.T. enjoys writing fiction and poetry.
Frances Milam graduated in 2017 from the University of Mississippi with a degree in English Literature. Following graduation, she spent five months living and working in Yellowstone National Park then moved to Los Angeles to work at an advertising agency. Frances' love of writing eventually led her to quit agency life and pursue a career in copywriting. Frances now helps businesses around the world communicate their stories. In her free time, Frances loves traveling, reading, running, eating great food, painting, drawing, and spending time in nature.