Jim Nelson's work has appeared in North American Review, Confrontation, Watchword, Instant City, Switchback, and other fine venues. His books include A Concordance of One's Life (stories), Everywhere Man, and Edward Teller Dreams of Barbecuing People.
His latest novel Bridge Daughter is now available from Kindle Press.
A native of California, he lives in San Francisco.
A mysterious man obscured in millions of tourists photos taken along San Francisco's historic cable car routes is ruining a multimillion-dollar Internet startup's chances for success. Can a team of software engineers find him in time?
Jim Nelson's first collection features ten stories introducing you to a unique and unforgettable menagerie of fictive worlds that ride the fine edge of what's possible and what lays just beyond, all while remaining intensely personal, human, and enjoyable.