TRENT ANGERS, who was nominated twice for the Nobel Prize in Literature (2000 and 2001), is a veteran journalist who has authored thousands of published news and feature stories, as well as four books, in a writing and editing career that has spanned four decades. His books are: The Truth About The Cajuns (1989); Dudley LeBlanc: A Biography (1993); The Forgotten Hero Of My Lai: The Hugh Thompson Story (1999); and Grand Coteau: The Holy Land of South Louisiana (2004). A member of the Secular Franciscan Order, he was schooled by the Christian Brothers at Hanson Memorial High School in Franklin, La., graduating in 1966. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Louisiana State University in 1970 and was named the Outstanding Graduating Senior in Journalism by Sigma Delta Chi, a professional journalism organization. He also won the Hodding Carter Award for Responsible Journalism. He served an apprenticeship at The Palm Beach (Florida) Post. In the early 1970s he was a staff correspondent for The Times-Picayune of New Orleans and The Beaumont Enterprise. Since 1975, Angers has been editor and publisher of Acadiana Profile, The Magazine of the Cajun Country,” based in Lafayette, La.; it is one of the longest-running regional publications in the United States.Angers, Trent is the author of 'Top 100 Cajun Recipes of All Time', published 1994 under ISBN 9780925417206 and ISBN 0925417203.