this is his website.
In my hometown, good kids become insurance salesmen. I did not. At eighteen I moved west. To the mountains of Colorado. I sold clothes, raised cattle, financed real estate investors. Lived in the city. Lived in the country. Slept under the stars. On couches. In basements. Climbed rocks, wrecked cars, brewed beer. Loved women. Pretended to love women. Hitchhiked, bushwhacked. Smoked. Drank. Got sunburnt. Built campfires. Played in bar bands. Almost married, then married, and remarried. I have wasted most of my time on the internet. There is a scrap of truth behind every word in my stories.
Hemingway’s Grave --- Rooster Magazine, 2016 America is a Basic Bitch --- Rooster Magazine, 2016 Go Sip Some Ale --- Rooster Magazine, 2016 Walls of the Cubicle --- Rooster Magazine, 2016 Feet on the Ground --- Territory Run Co., 2015 The New Employee --- Flatirons Literary Review, 2014
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