I am a novelist, poet, and climate activist.
Born in the paper mill town of Rumford in Western Maine, I spent my childhood in Upstate New York, Wisconsin and New Jersey. I was off in a park or forest every chance I got, climbing the tallest trees I could find or ice skating alone on sections of the old Raritan River Canal. Sorry Mom.
Since those days, I have lived in Washington, DC, New York City and Cincinnati. There are few parks in any of these cities I have not explored. Home base is now the north shore of Massachusetts.
I’m an enthusiast of nearly every outdoor activity with the exception of those that depend on ropes, toe-holds or parachutes.
My novels and poetry frequently reflect my experience of nature in contemporary or urban situations and vice versa.
Bachelor of Arts, English, Rutgers University (cum laude)
Master of Arts, Philosophy and Social Policy, The George Washington University
Author: “Disabilities, Victimization of Individuals With.” Encyclopedia of Victimology and Crime Prevention, edited by Bonnie S. (Sue) Fisher and Steven P. Lab. SAGE Publications, Inc, Feb 2, 2010. Pages 296-298. Full text of the article viewable online at the above Google Books link. Also available through Amazon.com.