Jim Landwehr is a twenty-first century cartographer and Renaissance man. In between his day job that keeps the lights on and the creditors at bay, he walks his dog, takes an occasional bike ride and scribbles out books and poetry. Next to his wife and his two above average children, his five books, Dirty Shirt: A Boundary Waters Memoir, and The Portland House, On A Road, Reciting From Memory and Written Life are his biggest pride and joy. He’s working towards a Pulitzer or a Pushcart, but at the moment his writing provides little more than personal satisfaction and a little beer money. He is presently coming to terms with this reality.
Author-in-hiding, Digital Artist-in-training, Student-in-perpetuum