Over the past fifteen years, Aron Myers has written and produced award-winning, syndicated radio and television projects for NPR and PBS.
In 2004, he launched the 12-part radio drama series “Stories in the Air,” which featured fairy-tales and legends read by celebrity talent including Angela Lansbury, Mario Lopez, Blair Underwood, and over a dozen other television and Hollywood stars. It was broadcast in over 125 markets in the U.S. and heard by over five million listeners. His series “Historic Florida,” with actress Cheryl Hines, Miss America 2004 Erica Dunlap, and former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno, was winner of six state, national and international awards, including two World Gold medals at the International New York Festivals in the categories Best Narration and Best History Program.
His most recent documentary, “The Life and Times of Zora Neale Hurston,” was hosted by actress Vanessa Williams and heard by over 26 million NPR listeners. His first novel, “The Season of Summer,” is available at Amazon and everywhere eBooks are sold. Currently, Myers has a number of new projects in various stages of development, including a new TV pilot script (police procedural) “Blood Brothers,” and the upcoming sci-fi/dystopian novel, “New Washington.”