has written for publications as diverse as MAR magazine
(the Breeders Cup), the Boston Globe
(op eds), Carpenter (features about construction and the union) and numerous obscure zines (poetry).
A graduate of Yale with a degree in English, he got sidetracked and wound up spending twenty years as a professional chef and owned a number of businesses including a jazz club in Harlem.
lives in New York City, where, in addition to writing (that novel will get finished in '08) and freelance copyediting, he
is a full-time, ineluctable Yankees fan.
You can e-mail Bill