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About Douglas Kalajian
Douglas Kalajian's career in newspapers took off in the fading days of manual typewriters and touched down in the digital age. As an editor, reporter and feature writer for the Palm Beach Post and the Miami Herald, he enjoyed a front-row view of South Florida's explosive growth and equally explosive crime and corruption over three decades. His first book, Snow Blind, grew out of a front-page story about a brilliant young public defender whose ideals and health fell victim to the region's cocaine insanity in the 1980s. After retiring from newspapers, Kalajian co-authored They Had No Voice: My Fight for Alabama's Forgotten Children. His latest book, Stories My Father Never Finished Telling Me, is a memoir about growing up in the shadow of the Armenian Genocide.