Aaron Foley is a native Detroit journalist and author. His work has spanned from newspapers, digital media, public media and city government, as well as nonfiction and fiction. His work has been in the PBS NewsHour, "This American Life," BLAC Detroit Magazine, MLive and more. In government, he was Detroit's first appointed chief storyteller. He is also the author of the popular guidebook "How to Live in Detroit Without Being a Jackass" and the Detroit-based novel "Boys Come First."