As a child Jeffrey Solmundson was led astray by comic books into all sorts of other strange and wayward tales in various mediums, leading to an incurable fascination with narrative. In his spare time he likes to pull stories apart and put them back together again.
Solmundson has at times been a public relations rep, newspaper editor, magazine writer, treeplanter, college radio station deejay and an amateur detective feigning blindness.
He lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. All in all, not a bad place to live and work. Summer is wonderful. As for its counterpart, the 19th century settlers who perished leaving behind nothing but shallow graves and their diaries, said it best: "Winters are hard."