Larry Enright is the son of Irish immigrants, born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He attended Kenyon College and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
After college, he moved to the East Coast where he filled his life with many careers including teacher, professional musician, computer programmer, and researcher. He wrote his first novel in 1980, and penned two more "bookend efforts" before his breakthrough novel, "Four Years from Home," was published in 2010. That book went on to be a top 100 U.S. Kindle best seller and a category best seller for nine months. He has since written "A King in a Court of Fools," a serial novel read by thousands online weekly for over a year until published in book form, "Buffalo Nickel Christmas," a Christmas fantasy set in the 1950s, "12|21|12," a short piece of alternative science fiction, "A Cape May Diamond," a story of mystery and redemption, "The Adventures of Walter Stickle," a 3-book series of science fiction about an ordinary man with extraordinary adventures, "The Blacker Death," a thriller that pits one man against the mob and a deadly disease, and "Transcriber," a story of timeless love and unnatural hate.
Larry lives on a small farm with his family and a lifetime of ideas.
Find him at larryenright.com.