William E. "Bill" Vaughan was an American journalist, writer, as well as writer. Born around 1915, Vaughan began his composing profession as a sports press reporter prior to moving onto general reporting.
Vaughan benefited different papers throughout his career including United Press International, The Kansas City Star, and The New York Herald Tribune. He obtained appeal for his funny and also appealing writing style.
In addition to his job as a journalist, Vaughan released a number of books throughout his job, consisting of "Toward a Better Understanding of the Young" and also "Somehow I Don't Think We're In Kansas: Anymore".
Vaughan's writing tackled a series of topics, from national politics as well as social concerns to daily life experiences. His works commonly emphasized the relevance of humor and also optimism in handling life's difficulties.
In spite of his success as a writer, Vaughan was kept in mind by those that recognized him as a simple and also kind individual who continued to be based as well as real to himself throughout his career.
Vaughan died around 1977, but his tradition as a talented as well as influential author remains to be commemorated today.