Dwight Holing lives and writes in California. His genre-spanning work ranges from mysteries to short fiction to nonfiction. It includes The Jack McCoul Capers, a mystery series set in San Francisco. The stories in his collections of literary short fiction have won awards, including the Arts & Letters Prize for Fiction. He has written and edited numerous nonfiction books on nature travel and conservation. He’s married to a kick-ass environmental advocate; they have a daughter and son, and a dog who’d rather swim than walk.