Wm. Stage

Most Influential Person

American journalist

Why Is Wm. Stage Influential?

(Suggest an Edit or Addition)

According to Wikipedia, Wm. Stage, also known as William Stage is an American journalist, author, and photographer, with a focus on the area and history of the American Midwest and St. Louis, Missouri. From 1982 to 2004 he worked for the weekly newspaper The Riverfront Times, producing three columns, with the best known being Street Talk, where over the years he photographed and interviewed more than 8,500 random individuals about miscellaneous topics. He is also known for his documentary work on a special kind of historical outdoor advertising: vintage brick wall signs. As of 2016, he has authored 11 books, a combination of photography, non-fiction, and fiction, including Ghost Signs: Brick Wall Signs in America , Mound City Chronicles , and Litchfield: A Strange and Twisted Saga of Murder in the Midwest . His photographs have appeared in multiple works, including the cover photograph on the Oxford University Press book, For the Common Good . In 2001, Stage, who had been adopted as an infant, tracked down his biological family, a search which led to a Canadian television documentary and formed the basis for his 2009 memoir Fool for Life. In 2007, Stage was a guest commentator on the St. Louis NPR affiliate, KWMU-FM.

Other Resources About Wm. Stage

What Schools Are Affiliated With Wm. Stage?

Wm. Stage is affiliated with the following schools:

Wm. Stage's Academic­Influence.com Rankings