I first put the "me" in "media" as a Petaluma paperboy, before growing into a newspaperman. My byline has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Men's Health, North Bay Bohemian, Sonoma Magazine, Los Angeles Downtown News and elsewhere. You've heard me on KRCB and on The Drive on KSRO.
I also hacked in Hollywood before washing up as an award-winning wine writer in Sonoma. I recently aged out of Oakland and moved back to Petaluma where I write funny, semi-autobiographical cyberpunk satire that draws on my experience as a small town reporter. I've either come full circle or I'm treading a rat wheel I've mistaken for a career.
My latest novel is Quantum Deadline, which the North Bay Bohemian describes as a "...noirish, sci-fi-lite detective story with a heap of self-parody that's by turns poignant, witty and comic."