I wrote my first book-length project — a 140-page treatise on dinosaurs — in fifth grade at Kilmer School in Chicago. One page for each dinosaur. Lots of white space.
I’ve been writing ever since — magazine and newspaper articles; workbooks and manuals, political comedy and strategic plans; even advice columns (Question the Authority and the Lazy Organic Gardener). I recently published Bones in the Wash: Politics is Tough. Family is Tougher, a novel set during the 2008 presidential campaign in New Mexico.
I’m also an editor, designer, trainer, and communications strategist.
I once shared the stage with Jackson Browne and Willy Brown.