Wolf Phoenix, a 61-year-old former court reporter and retired teacher, lives with his three dogs, his wolf pack, in the Piney Woods of New Caney, Texas, thirty miles north of Houston. He is a U.S. Army veteran and world traveler. He says he was an imaginative child as he grew up on the windswept prairies north of Oklahoma City, marveling at the bright starlit night skies and spending hours playing Peter Pan and staging "shows" for his friends and family. He began his court reporting career in Washington, DC, working in the halls of Congress and various government agencies. He has had the privilege of reporting two U.S. Presidents, Carter and Reagan, and numerous other famous personages. His teaching career got a similarly prestigious start as he spent a year in London, England, helping English court reporters learn to use computer-transcription technology and American Stenograph machines. When he's not writing, he spends his time cooking, traveling, playing with his "wolf pack" and hanging out with his friends in Houston. His life philosophy is: It's never too late to realize your dreams.
You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.