About the Author
Bill’s new novel Earth Interrupted will be release November 1, 2013…look for it!
Bill reviews pre-publication manuscripts, about-to-be-released and early release books for publishers, literary PR firms, and authors in the arenas of faith & culture, economics, and contemporary social issues. He does so gratis.
These publishers include (but are not limited to) Jossey-Bass – A Wiley Imprint (San Francisco), Random House (New York), Crown Publishing (New York). Farrar, Straus & Giroux New York, NY John Wiley & Sons (NY), HarperOne – An Imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers (San Francisco), HarperCollinsPublishers - New York, The Penguin Press (New York), Tyndale House Publishers, Wm. B. Eerdmans, BakerBooks, Thomas-Nelson Publishers and Bloomberg….to name a few
Bill’s writings have been published in Naked Capitalism, Seeking Alpha, Economic Populist, Ecobizwatch, The Audacity of Help, The Economic Roadmap, The New Zealand Journal of Christian Thought & Practice, U.S. Catholic Magazine, Spirituality For Today, Plain Truth Magazine-Christianity Without The Religion, The Source Weekly, Immigration Law Weekly - to name a few. His poems, book reviews and articles about faith and culture and/or social justice have been featured on Amazon, Theooze.com, Next-Wave, Emergent Village and Ginkworld. Bill authored a chapter in a book (published November 19, 2007) entitled, Out of the Ooze – Unlikely Love Letters To The Church From Beyond The Pew, (NavPress). In September 2012, Bill authored a chapter entitled “Air God #21 – Where’s The Plane of Faith Taking Us in the 21st Century?” — In a book authored by Lowell Stryker Ph.D. titled “Surviving The Stained Glass Jungle – The State and Fate of Christian Ministry.”
In 2012, Bill’s writing was cited in author Brian McLaren‘s book, “Why Did Jesus, the Buddha and Mohammed Cross the Road” (Jericho Books – p. 17).
He has interviewed many authors including New York Times # 1 Bestselling author William P. ‘Paul” Young – author of The Shack – Where Tragedy Meets Eternity in front of a live audience, Brian McLaren, David Kinnaman, Diana Butler-Bass, Thomas Peele, Bart Ehrman and George Barna — to name a few.
Bill and Jacki have lived in Seattle and Los Angeles, prior to making their home in Oregon. They enjoy creating dialogue in a world gone different.
At present, he is writing a fiction series – stay tuned.
Our take on it:
We are people who are being led to jump the curve where “”Jumping the Curve” means;
1 Imparato, Nicholas and Harari, Oren Jumping The Curve: Innovation and Strategic Choice in an Age of Transition. Jossey-Bass Publishers, Copyright (c) 1996 by Nicholas Imparato and Oren Harari. P. 74.