Jim Fraiser


Jim Fraiser is a playwright, author of 18 books, journalist, law professor, and historian who is also a federal administrative law judge in New Orleans, Louisiana, who resides in Pass Christian, Mississippi. His books include For Love of the Game: The Holy Wars of Millsaps and Mississippi College Football, The French Quarter of New Orleans, Historic Architecture of Baton Rouge, Majesty of the Mississippi Delta, Majesty of Mobile, and the novels Shadow Seed and In An Enemy’s County.




10:45 am to 11:45 am
State Capitol, Senate Committee Room A
Celebrating Louisiana Sports Hall of Famers: Bertman, Brown, and Browne
with Trent Angers, Jim Fraiser, Glenn Guilbeau, and moderator André Moreau

Noon to 12:45 pm
Cavalier House Books Tent
Book Signing


The Pat Browne Jr. Story: A Life Played Well

Attorney Pat Browne Jr., a star athlete at Jesuit High School and Tulane University and a New Orleans All-American golfer, was blinded in a car accident. He would go on to win twenty-three blind pro golf tournaments. Arnold Palmer nominated him for the World Golf Hall of Fame. This inspiring book is his story.


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