Local author Nan Klee was recently vetted by the Authors Guild of Tennessee (AGT) and welcomed as a new member in July.
Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist while working as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer and technical writer.
Klee used her Navy flight simulator knowledge and training to become a computer technician, and spent two years as a college composition professor while working toward a master’s degree in writing and rhetoric at San Diego State University.
Klee also worked as a technical editor and technical writer for the Department of Defense, contracting corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for the U.S. military.
Klee grew up in the south suburbs of Chicago, and later lived in Southern California. Klee now calls East Tennessee home.
Klee’s published works include the novels "DreaganStar," "DreaganGrey," "DreaganFriend," "Vinakti Duet," a short story called "Assist Syndrome," a poem called "Again Christmas" and a monthly small-press magazine column entitled "Cranial Soup."