Born in 1970. Grew up in Texas. Lived everywhere else I possibly could, until my mid-30s, when I moved to Montana and started writing books. First novel: "600 Hours of Edward" (Riverbend, 2009). Everybody who reads this book loves it, or nearly so. Small-press release, so not nearly enough everybodies have seen it. Second novel: "The Summer Son" (AmazonEncore, 2011). Grim, hard family drama. Loved and hated. Third book (coming in December 2011): "Quantum Physics and the Art of Departure." A collection of 10 short stories. Doing this one through my little basement literary house, Missouri Breaks Press.
Give me a clean, well-lighted place (thanks, Ernie) and some time to work, and I'm happy. Love my wife. Love my dogs. Love being challenged by new ideas and new ways of thinking. It's why I'm here.
Craig Lancaster's Last Word