Tom Ingram is a Georgia-based writer whose current day job finds him producing the evening news at WRBL in Columbus.
Prior to television, Tom founded Columbus’s leading arts and entertainment magazine, The LocaL. The magazine’s first issue featured Pasaquan, well before other and regional publications took notice of the recently renovated art environment. Tom interviewed major artists, including Betsy Eby, Bo Bartlett and Najee Dorsey. He also covered business, restaurants and music.
Tom’s essays have appeared in Black Art in America, Punchnell’s and Arden. As a copywriter, Tom wrote dozens of articles for The Ledger-Enquirer and affiliated publications. He has also written and edited copy for everything from websites to hot sauce bottles. And when the three cats stop mewing and the dishes are washed and the hot sauce purveyors stop harrying him, Tom writes fiction.