His fiction has appeared in numerous publications, including Verbsap, Blithe House Quarterly and In The Family, as well as winning first prize in a South Florida magazine contest. He is the president of the Florida chapter of Mystery Writers of America, and a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (BA), Columbia University (MBA), and Florida International University (MFA), an assistant professor of English at Broward College and the proud papa of a white golden retriever named Brody.
He has published a wide range of fiction and non-fiction in mainstream and GLBT publications, both in print and on line. Visit him online at www.mahubooks.com.
A lot of research goes into the books I write, and The Next One Will Kill You is no exception. And since I do an awful lot of writing and reading at that very coffee shop, I worry that some nosy fellow patron will look over my shoulder and report me to the police because I’m searching for something like “How to make a Molotov cocktail.”
I write almost every day, usually for an hour in the morning. I’ve been able to structure my college teaching schedule so that my day there begins with office hours at 11:30, giving me plenty of time to wake up, feed and walk two rambunctious golden retrievers, and then get my butt out the door and get that grande café mocha in front of me.