is the author of The Ballad of Huck & Miguel, a modern-day retelling of Mark Twain’s Huck Finn set on the Los Angeles River.
He can see the LA River from his porch (if he uses the long lens). He plays tough defense and boxes out. He has a lifelong obsession with novelty songs. He’s a bit uncertain about the difference between a nut and a bolt. His parents have never quite forgiven him for turning down admission to Harvard Business School. Despite a debilitating fear of heights, he once did the 100-foot Mystery Springs rappel in Zion Canyon. He hopes one day to rid the world of the common house centipede. He emigrated to California from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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