Mint Publishers, Incorporated, 9781551200507, 502pp.
Publication Date: October 10, 2012
About the Author
Kristene Perron is a former professional stunt performer for film and television (as Kristene Kenward) and a self-described 'fishing goddess'. Pathologically nomadic, she has lived in Japan, Costa Rica, the Cook Islands and a very tiny key in the Bahamas, just to name a few. Her stories have appeared in Canadian Storyteller Magazine, The Barbaric Yawp, Hemispheres Magazine, and Denizens of Darkness, among others. In 2010 she won the Surrey International Writers' Conference Storyteller Award. She currently resides in Nelson, BC, Canada but her suitcase is always packed. A career nomad, Josh Simpson has driven trucks through the lower forty-eight states, treated and disposed of hazardous waste, mixed mud as a stonemasonry laborer, failed abysmally in marketing, gotten on people's nerves as a safety man, and presently gets on their nerves even more using nerve release techniques in musculo-skeletal pain relief. He lives amidst the scrub and mesquite of West Texas, cohabiting with the requisite writer's minimum of two cats. Warpworld is his first published novel.