Most of my career was spent as a Penn State science writer with earlier work as managing editor of ASTM’s monthly magazine and succeeding work as a technical writer. I wrote for the Centre Daily Times newspaper and the Lock Haven Express, including an eight-year stint as a weekly columnist for the Express.
Catchfly is the culmination of a many-year stop-and-start exploration of music, love, and research advances while at Penn State. I’ve published two monographs, My Life in the Army and Days of Wine and Roses. The latter is a description of the glorious younger days as a handball and racquetball player, and the characters I met at Penn State.
Two people survive and resurrect an old love in a near-future world blasted by calamities we know and now merely hold at bay. Set in the southern Poconos and Central Pennsylvania, with a late-story nod to the Amish.