Neal A. Yeager is a long-time indie author, musician and (sometimes) filmmaker who splits his time between L.A. and Durango, Colorado.
He is the author of the novels The 33rd Year and non-Hollywood, the novella The Next Seattle and a collection of short stories entitled Tethered to Nothing.
Neal has also written a large amount of music in his day. His solo work includes Nine and Two Thirds, Sparse and The Last Gasp of Juan Diego del Fuego. He also recorded The Days That Matter with the band Travertine Saints and Polite Revolution, The Righteous Act and Casual Rebels with the band Casual Rebels.
He is also the writer/director of the independent feature film Venice Disciple.