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Michael W. Sasser has been a figure in Miami Beach media since the early 1990s when his first book (for Simon & Schuster) featured the real-life heroism of Miami Beach firefighters. He went on to be an editor, political editor, or political columnist for the Miami Beach SunPost, Wire Magazine and, most recently, the Miami Beach Centennial book. An award-winning author and journalist, Sasser’s resume includes more than 30 books in prints, contributions to every major travel/historic guide related to Miami Beach, and well over 10,000 articles in print. His work has been translated into dozens of languages and he has been named one of South Beach’s early pioneers for his support of preservation, reform and his role with the original Save Miami Beach movement. A world traveler, he continues to consider Miami Beach his home city.