Bob Rice was adopted by wolves, then thrown out of the den for distracting the cubs with preposterous stories. He was raised by muskrats, who had nothing else to do in the winter but listen, and lives near a pond in Montana, where he scribbles daily while keeping an eye out for predators and critics. He’s proud to have been called by the Wall Street Journal one of America’s most overlooked writers.
His stories and poems have appeared or are forthcoming in numerous literary magazines, including The Dos Passos Review, Hayden’s Ferry, New Letters, The North American Review, Quiddity, The Saint Ann’s Review, and West Wind Review. He is also the author of three novels so far: The Last Pendragon, Agent of Judgment, and The Nature of Midnight.