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Casey Nagy

Casey Nagy grew up in the Puget Sound region of Washington State, and obtained a bachelor's degree in anthropology at Washington State University and a law degree at Seattle University School of Law. After practicing maritime law in Seattle, and teaching oral and written advocacy at his law school alma mater, he relocated to Madison, Wisconsin, where he earned a master's degree in anthropology while practicing civil rights and employment law.

Nagy also served two years as a municipal judge in Evansville, Wisconsin before joining the legal staff at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1991; he has spent the last 13 years as chief of staff to the Provost and Chancellor of the university. He has published in legal journals, and Imagined Glories is his first novel.
Picture from Imagined Glories video
May 8 2008