Bill Campbell is a native of Pittsburgh and an alumnus of Northwestern University. Throughout his varied and illustrious career, he has done everything from assembling Christmas toys in Cleveland; loading trucks, bookkeeping, and being an AmeriCorps volunteer in Atlanta; coordinating an elementary school literacy program in D.C. to teaching English as a second language in the Czech Republic. He's also the former publisher of the independent magazine, Contraband, and the music trade magazine, CD Revolutions.
Bill came out with Sunshine Patriots, a semi-satirical, military science-fiction novel, in 2004, My Booty Novel, which he calls "fluff for nerds," in 2007, and a collection of essays, Pop Culture: Politics, Puns, and "Poohbutt" from a Liberal Stay-at-Home Dad, in 2010. Koontown Killing Kaper is his fourth book and third novel.
Bill lives in Washington, DC, where he has worked as a music critic for www.ink19.com and currently works for a company that produces books for the blind for the Library of Congress. He occasionally blogs at The Billanthrope and The Intersection of Madness and Reality.
Check out Bill’s podcast of rants and funk, The Bill Campbell: Misanthrope Show.
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