I grew up in small Wisconsin towns. Due to my father's work, I attended three high schools in four years and has fond memories of each: Wayland Academy, Sparta Sr. High, and Beaver Dam Sr. High. (All in Wisconsin.)
As you can see from my photo, I was a bit of a geek even back then. You wouldn’t guess that I played HS football and lettered in Wrestling, would you?
I spent the first fifteen years of my adult life as a theater designer, director and playwright.
With the introduction of the Macintosh computer, I moved into web design and computer education. I created the interface and more than 600 educational programs for the EduNet Network, and hosted live educational broadcasts into K-12 classroom across the country.
I like to read mysteries, science fiction, and some fantasy. As a kid and young adult, I read H. G. Wells, Arthur Conan-Doyle, André Norton and Robert Heinlein. STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND was the first book the showed me that fiction can impact a person’s life. Some of my favorite current authors are Jasper Fforde, Scott Lynch, and James R. Benn.
Always interested in the reluctant male reader, Keith started the “Spectrum Children's Book Club” on the Internet which grew into iPulpFiction.com.