Scott Alan Roberts is the founder and publisher of Intrepid Mag, a journal dedicated to politics, science and unexplained phenomena. He is the author and illustrator of "The Rollicking Adventures of Tam O'Hare," an historical novel set in Tudor England, Ireland and Scotland. He is a radio show host, popular public speaker and stand‐up philosopher. He has been interviewed on scores of radio shows and was the Editor‐In‐Chief of SyFy's Ghost Hunters official publication, TAPS ParaMagazine. In his early years he attended bible college and theological seminary working toward his Masters in Divinity, but gave that all up for a 33‐year career in advertising and publishing as an art and creative director, designer, illustrator, photographer and wordsmith. He has spent most of the last 30 years occupationally hovering in the advertising ghettos of Minneapolis & Saint Paul, Minnesota.
"I can be more or less defined by my roles as Dad and Husband; parent to my five exuberant children, three of whom are still young enough to live with me in my home. These ingredients combined, make my life a paradoxical roller coaster of hellacious joy and insightful befuddlement, and were it not for my buoyant, easy going nature, I would most assuredly have lost my sanity a long time ago.
"I value a good pipe, a stout pint, and consider myself a purist when it comes to single malt highland Scotch - which for me is not a tool of inebriation, but rather an enlightened repast to be shared with colleagues and like-minded pedagogues of philosophy and hob-knobbing banter.
"I am a contemplative, spiritual man of consideration who values intelligence, wit, justice and touch. I do not shy away from a good fight, and have had a few brawls in my day - whether on my behalf or in defense of another - and, were times different, would most probably be known wide and abroad as an expert swordsman. However, in keeping with my paradoxical nature, I prefer employing words over weapons, wit above profanity, spirituality above religion, stalwartness above inconstancy. And as I grow older, my burgeoning jaded cynicism is wholly tempered by my desire to not become an ass. My humor is wry, my mind is fertile, and my love is deep."