Tracey M. Martin is a Detroit-based blogger, award-winning activist attorney and part-time radio personality for WFDF 910 AM, ‘The Superstation.’ She’s had three careers in law enforcement/security, media and law. Blending her legal and journalism backgrounds has always been a goal as a way to provide “infotainment,” and news people can use. She’s worked behind the scenes in television for WDIV and WXYZ and was a contributor on “Let lt Rip” for FOX 2 Detroit, where she commented on law and politics.
Tracey also wrote a column on juvenile justice for the now defunct, Michigan Citizen, and served as an editorial assistant and “Summer Dreams” campaign contributing writer for the Detroit Free Press, while in college. She also did a stint as the political polling examiner for Examiner.com
A self-described “walking Google” on TV and film history, Tracey’s an aspiring critic for both industries. She also enjoys the law, arts, history and politics and loves to write about all of them. But, she’s also a secret geek who inhales science fiction, lives on SyFy and embraces comic con culture. Phillip K. Dick is one of her idols along with Wonder Woman and martial artist, Bruce Lee.