I'm a human Venn diagram whose interests and professional pursuits cross an array of media (novels, films, conceptual art) all unified by a commitment to narrative.
My latest novel, Quantum Deadline (FMRL, 2015) is available everywhere quality literature is sold. The North Bay Bohemian says it's a "...noirish, sci-fi-lite detective story with a heap of self-parody that's by turns poignant, witty and comic."
I hacked in Hollywood before washing up as an award-winning wine writer in Sonoma. I recently aged out of Oakland and moved back to Petaluma where I write funny, semi-autobiographical novels that draw on my experience as a small town reporter – a shtick I occasionally still do . I've either come full circle or I'm treading a rat wheel I've mistaken for a career.
Where I'll be next...
A step by step guide to getting your podcast out of your mind and into the earbuds of the world. Led by Daedalus Howell of the Culture Dept. podcast, this brass tacks, no frills, survey of microphones, remote interviews, recording, editing and hosting, is designed to get you on iTunes and beyond with minimal hassle.
Your favorite author will be guesting at this auspicious North Bay event. Details to come.
We're getting the band back together – too bad it never existed. A conceptual experiment in nostalgia-making with fictional ephemera from Le Drama Club, a musical act that could have (but didn't) happen.
The sequel to Quantum Deadline (The Lumaville Labyrinth, Book One), launches at the author's hometown bookstore. The new novel continues the metaphysical misadventures of reporter and part-time sleuth Daedalus Howell as he commits another act of literary performance art.