About

Brady Peterson lives near Belton, Texas where for much of the past thirty years he worked building houses or teaching rhetoric and literature at a local university.  He once worked a fork lift in a lumber yard in East Austin, tried to teach eighth graders the importance of using language, worked briefly as a technical writer,  and helped raise five daughters.  He has run one marathon, fought in one karate tournament, climbed one mountain, failed to make the UT baseball team as a walk on,  and took tango lessons with his wife.  He is the author of Glued to the Earth, Between Stations, Dust,  From an Upstairs Window, and GarcĂ­a Lorca Is Somewhere in Produce