I am a retired aquatic biologist and write short fiction and nonfiction. My writing explores how humans relate to one another and are affected by their environment, both natural and manmade.
For most of my career, I worked as an aquatic biologist for the US Army R&D Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi. After I retired, I taught in the Biology Department at Thomas University, Thomasville, Georgia for five years.
In addition to creative writing, I design and construct new and restore antique windows, traipse through the woods, read, and tend my garden. I was born in Michigan, grew up in Pittsburgh, have lived in Kentucky, Indiana, and Mississippi. From 2007 to 2019, my wife Kathryn and I summered in Maine and spent winters in Tallahassee.
Check out Kathryn’s Website. She is also a writer, loves cates, and grew up in Maine. She is working on a novel that takes place on an island in Maine
We now live in Florida.