More About the Author
Jeremy Puma writes nonfiction for people interested in no-nonsense Gnostic spirituality, and fiction of the 'science' and 'weird' varieties. He is the founder-- and only current employee-- of Strange Animal Publications. His literary influences include Philip K. Dick, Julio Cortazar, Kenneth Patchen, Douglas Adams (and their ilk-- isn't "ilk" a great word?).
Jeremy has also been an employee in a sandwich shop specializing in pita-bread "ryders" and cherry limeades, a radio DJ, a wedding DJ, a Gothic/Industrial club DJ, an indie puppeteer, a kitchen boy at a terrible pizza joint, a cook at a British pub, a kennel cleaner at a Humane Society, a priest-in-training, a cook at a popular cafe in South Florida, a member of the Stuckist art movement, a professional Tarot reader, an Assistant Manager at a music store, a tour guide at the Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park, a cubicle monkey for Amazon.com, an organizer for a tech union, and office worker for a newspaper union, and a scheduler for cancer patients. Not in that order.
Jeremy currently resides in Seattle, Washington. He has a beautiful wife, whom he adores, a giggly little son, and two insane dogs. He is available for speaking engagements, complimentary meals, and children's parties.