Bob Stewart is the author of four nonfiction books and three novels. He has reported news events for popular magazines (People, Time, Life, and Latina). He has written two plays presented by the Aggie Players at Texas A&M University, and two scripts for series television while pursuing a career in journalism. He was associate producer for Switched at Birth, a mini-series based on the baby switch in Florida. He has been managing editor of The Bryan Daily Eagle, The Laredo Times, and the Marshall News-Messenger. He wrote a daily television column for the San Antonio Light before pursuing a career as a free-lance reporter/writer/author. In 1998, he joined the staff of PEOPLE Magazine. Stewart has worked on a number of national stories for PEOPLE, including the Oklahoma City bombing, the Branch Davidian standoff in Waco, the murder of Tejano singer Selena, the TWA jet crash in New York, the murder of students at schools in Pearl, Miss., Jonesboro, Ark., and Columbine in Denver, Colo., the racially-motivated murder of James Byrd in Jasper, Tx., the execution of Karla Faye Tucker, and the kidnap/murder of Mark Kilroy in Matamoras, Mexico. Also, he has worked PEOPLE assignments on First Lady Laura Bush, the capture of the Texas Seven convicts who blazed a trail of death and murder in the Southwest after they escaped prison, and the discovery of the remains of Madelyn Murray O’Hair, bringing to an end a six-year mystery. Other PEOPLE Magazine stories include reports on Ann Jillian, Sammy Kershaw, Tracy Lawrence, Clay Walker (his exclusive revelation of muscular dystrophy), Wynonna Judd, Bryan White, LeAnn Rimes (the first national story on this unique singer), Gary Busey, Lt. Jeanne Flynn (the country’s first female fighter pilot), and Academy Award winner Tommy Lee Jones.
Writer, speaker, journalist, and most importantly, Dad and Granddad!
a lifetime of reporting and writing.
Man to Man: When the Woman you Love Has Breast Cancer.