About Vagabond Saint
Vagabond Saint has a bad habit of trying to set people on fire when they annoy him. Just so you know.
Born in Mississippi to a schoolteacher mother and a tornado, Vagabond Saint is in his 30s and lives in the Seattle area with his daughter. No matter where he is, though, he will always be a Southerner at heart. And a samurai. And acerbic. And idiosyncratic. No wonder he’s single.
Vagabond Saint’s greatest influences are: Alan Moore, Warren Ellis, Chuck Dixon, Douglas Adams, Anne Rice, Stephen King, Jacqueline Carey, Robert Herrick, L. E. Modesitt, Aaron MacGruder, Orson Scott Card, Brian Azzarello, Brian Michael Bendis, Grant Morrison, Neil Gaiman, Hideo Kojima, Miyamoto Musashi, Sun Tzu, and many, many others that he is too tired to name.
Vagabond Saint is also inspired and influenced by his daughter, who breaks his heart every day just by growing up, and his best friend (she knows who she is), who constantly gives him love, support, and friendship even when he doesn’t deserve it.
Vagabond Saint’s real name isn’t any easier to spell and he is an editor for The Wild Rose Press. In his spare time, he writes, chats, plays video games, blogs (obviously), and drives faster than several police departments seem to think he should.
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