Jeff Posey is a novelist taking a lusty tear through his first ten books (he’s just started Number Ten). He combines his geology degree with his MBA in corporate financial analysis to write historical and contemporary novels influenced by the Anasazi. Yeah. Figure that one out.
Jeff spent a decade as a magazine editor, half as city editor for D Magazine, half as fiction editor for American Way magazine. He started up a for-profit publishing division of an association of not-for-profit hospitals—way back before ebooks had an “e” in them. And he’s taught more than he probably should have at the college level. In 2011, he directed the DFW Writers’ Conference.
He’s published short stories in a number of regional literary magazines, and now he joyously curates his own body of work at Hot Water Press. At the moment, he’s considering adding a pocket protector to his wardrobe to signify his growing interest in ebook conversion and SEO for authors at some pretty nerdy root levels.