“I’m kind of a big deal. People know who I am.“
Author of THE SPEAR OF DESTINY: A Far Ranger Adventure
Trey Garrison’s secret identity is working as a mild-mannered journalist, editor, humorist, consultant, and part-time sybarite. Maybe the best word to describe him is racontrepreneur. Currently he is director of communications for a foundation based in Dallas that promotes free market solutions and free enterprise.
Trey’s work has appeared in a number of publications, often with his consent and sometimes with his knowledge. He’s been a contributor and editor for D Magazine — considered among the best city magazines in the United States — and for Reason magazine, the national magazine that promotes free minds and free markets. Trey has been a special contributor for The Dallas Morning News and a field reporter for The Land Report.
As a writer, he’s a better chef. And as a chef, he’s a better shooter. On the whole, he’d rather be on the beach in Jamaica. Wouldn’t you?
What Others Have To Say
- “Dallas’ best journalist” – Robert Guest, defense attorney nonpareil
- “…always-on-top-of-the-money…” – Wick Allison, editor-in-chief and president, D Magazine
- “The Most-Clicked Viewpoints Column of 2008″ – The Dallas Morning News
- “Best part of the night…Trey Garrison chomping on a cigar, threatening to pistol-whip me, then, in a stunning about face, attempting to kiss me,” – Gordon Keith, triple-threat entertainer
- “Jack Bauer” – Nancy Nichols, editor, D Magazine
- “…standing up to the shrill political correctness…” – Rod Dreher, editor, Dallas Morning News
- “Trey can be hugely entertaining. Should we take him seriously as a social thinker or prescriber? Of course not.” – Bill Marvel, respected Dallas journalist and semi-pro old coot
- “Trey Garrison is one of the smartest people in Dallas.” – Michael Landauer, editor, Dallas Morning News
- “…some guy named Trey Garrison wants to slap you around…” – Mike Hashimoto, editor, Dallas Morning News
- “Trey [Garrison] is a gun-twirling, flame-throwing anarchist libertarian. On a good day.” – Rawlins Gilliland
- “$1,000 to the charity of their choice for anyone who will punch Trey Garrison in the face” – Eric Celeste, managing editor, D Magazine
- “Racist and misogynist” – Tim Rogers, executive editor, D Magazine