Aaron has a degree in physics from Oberlin College but has spent most of his adult life with computers in various capacities as a web developer, coder, graphic artist, tech support agent, and server admin. Over the years he has dabbled in more than thirty different jobs, including farm hand, dot-com vice president, carpenter's assistant, band manager, book editor, book store clerk, nuclear physicist, and video editor. Aaron has sold Frisbees to dogs on the Internet, sold toys out of a guy's basement, and sold stories to professional literary journals that keep going out of business before the publication date.

He has moved more than thirty times, once threw a dart so that it pierced the tail end of another dart like Robin Hood, can hold his breath longer than four minutes, and one time dropped a penny that landed on edge and just stuck there without any apparent alien intervention.

Outside of books, Aaron enjoys disc golf, bowling, classic computer games, and brewing his own beer. He lives near scenic Durango, Colorado, with his wife and two children.

He has published at least five books, covering literary fiction (Chicagoland, Stranger and Better, and The Great American Novel Returns), fantasy/computer game crossovers (The Eight-Bit Bard) and motivational nonfiction (The Quirkz Handbook of Self-Improvement for People Who Are Already Pretty Okay).

His next book, as always, is due out any day now.

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