When I was sixteen, I wrote a space fantasy trilogy about a teenage assassin named Narrannik. It was dope. Since then, I’ve been writing fiction, nonfiction, and promotional film scripts. I’ve also worked as a roofer, roughneck, roustabout, farmhand, and surveyor. If you can think of a busy intersection somewhere in the northwest, I’ve probably stood in the middle of it, wearing a reflective vest.
I’m from Michigan, married to a Canadian I met in Idaho. We live in Pennsylvania with a couple of boys who like Batman and waking up in the middle of the night, respectively. I like 70s movies, truck stops, and the Detroit Tigers.
Here’s what I’m doing /now.