|Born||December 28, 1955|
|Occupation||Author, Teacher, Coach|
|Alma mater||Miami University, Cleveland State University|
|Notable works||"My Last Year of Life (in School)", "Writing Smarter!", Wrestling Coaches Survival Guide|
Keith Manos (both 1955) is a professor of English at Lake Erie College who has received many distinctive awards for his teaching, writing, and athletics coaching. Manos is the author of ten popular books, the most notable being My Last Year of Life (in School). He is also a former wrestling coach and athletic director. Manos was named Ohio Wrestling Coach of the Year in 1988, and he was inducted into the Ohio Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame in 2009.
Manos is currently a professor of English at Lake Erie College. He has taught writing and literature to students, teachers, and writers for nearly four decades at the secondary and post-secondary levels.
- My Last Year of Life (In School) (2015)
- The Complete Handbook of Forms and Letters for Coaches and Athletic Directors (2013)
- 101 Ways to Motivate Athletes (2006)
- 101 Wrestling Drills And Games (2006)
- Teacher’s Month-by-Month Activities Kit (2001)
- Writing Smarter! (1998)
- Wrestling Coach's Survival Guide (1995)
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