I reside near the confluence of the Iowa and Mississippi Rivers, in the stomping grounds of Aldo Leopold and Chief Black Hawk. At an early age I began contributing letters to the editor to the Burlington Hawk Eye and have been printed in several states and in various publications around the globe. My area of interest shifted in 2000 from being a political activist to an avid environmental writer. I have contributed to Planet Save, Oped.news and boomer warrior among other sites.
My first book was "Ghosts of the Erie Canal," published in 2005 by Quixote Press. A collection of short stories focusing on historical events that are both entertaining and educational. My first novel, "The HAARP Letters (A Climate Changing Reality," is scheduled for release in January 2016 by Crimson Cloak Publishing. Set mid-century, the story begins in Alaska at a doomsday shelter after an abrupt climate changing event called Big Thunder has occurred. Coming soon in October from Crimson Cloak publishing is an anthology of stories called "Consuming Tales." All profits from which go to helping cancer research for children. I have a short story called "The Haunted Attic," featured in it.
Crimson Shorts are a series of short books designed for quick lunchbreak reads or for downloading to your phone to read when stuck in a waiting room or airport queue. Comprising every genre, they are ideal also for quick little gifts or Thank-Yous.
The HAARP Letters is the first in this series of thoughtful apocalyptic Sci-Fi novels from Climate Writer Anthony J. Gerst, which cleverly explore the sociological possibilities of disastrous global warming.
New Beginnings, volume 6 of the Crimson Cloak Anthologies produced for charity, is a volume of donated short stories and other items on a theme of fresh starts and rebirth. All publisher profit will go to the charity STOP IT NOW!, providing resources to identify and prevent sexual abuse of children.
Book 1 of The Climate Sociology Series, by Anthony J. Gerst, The HAARP Letters is set in a world following a Sudden Climate Change Event brought on by scientists trying to avoid global warming and inadvertently making things much worse.
Set mid-century, the story begins in Alaska at a doomsday shelter after an abrupt climate changing event called Big Thunder has occurred ...
Here are thirteen eerie tales plus a couple of true encounters, to chill the spine on a gloomy autumn evening. All items are donated and profits from this book, the fourth in the Crimson Cloak charity Anthologies series, go to World Child Cancer, helping children worldwide survive this scariest of diseases. Enjoy!