Jeremy D. Bonfiglio is an award-winning writer who has held staff positions at U.S. newspapers in Ohio, Colorado, California, Wyoming, Arizona, Indiana and Michigan in a professional journalism career that spans 23 years and counting.
As an entertainment writer specializing in music, film, television, theater and art, Jeremy has interviewed a wide range of high-profile celebrities — from Billy Bob Thornton to Kid Rock. He is currently the Features/Entertainment Writer at The Herald-Palladium newspaper in Saint Joseph, Michigan, where he covers arts and entertainment and pens long-form Sunday features on a wide variety of topics.
In addition to his staff work, Jeremy is a dedicated freelancer, writing news and features on the visual and performing arts, sports, travel, and more. His work has appeared in No Depression, The Writer, Notre Dame Magazine, The Indianapolis Star, Chicago Tribune, Arizona Republic, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Rocky Mountain Sports and American Hockey magazine to name a few.
He is the author of "A Notre Dame Man: The Mike DeCicco Story" (2013, Corby Press), a biography about the Irish fencing coach whose academic advising program became the gold standard in NCAA athletics.
Jeremy earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Eastern Kentucky University, and lives in South Bend, Indiana, with his wife, Karyn, and their son, William. Follow him on Twitter @HPBonfiglio, on Facebook, or at www.JeremyBonfiglio.com.