BioJ.B. Reynolds lives in rural Northland, New Zealand, where he raises children and chickens. He is the author of the Crossing The Divide series, a collection of contemporary short stories in which tragedy meets comedy and character reigns supreme. Each story in the series focuses on a different character and explores their struggle to "cross the divide" and connect with the people in their lives.
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In between the publication of his first story as a university student and a return to serious writing in 2016, he has worked as a graphic designer, landscaper, ski and snowboard technician, film critic, librarian, apple picker, and baker of muffins and teacakes.
Nowadays, when not writing, he’s a husband, father, and high school teacher (not necessarily in that order). He enjoys sailing, cycling, and playing music, really loud, when his wife and kids aren’t at home. He has a big garden where he likes to get his fingernails dirty, and he loves to eat the things that grow in it.