I live in southern New Hampshire and earn a living as a writer for an education research company. Things I’ve published include Believers, which is a collection of biographies of religious leaders, a raft of magazine articles, and a handful of poems. For my day job I wrote Big Dreams and Alabama, among many other, duller things. Lately I’ve been traveling regularly to Easton and Allentown, Pennsylvania to investigate popular support for a museum on flooding.
The image is from a photograph of carved putti at the Museo del Duomo, Florence. Taken October 2006.