Charlie Pulsipher is a were-hamster and lemur enthusiast who lives everywhere and nowhere. He’s driving a teardrop trailer across the country, like a nomad or crazy author/artist from fifty years ago. He has a neurotic dog. He writes sci-fi and fantasy or some mix of the two when he isn’t sculpting steampunk dragons and dinosaurs out of cardboard. He’s written several books that do not smell like cheese, with the reviews to prove it. He also plans on surviving the inevitable zombie-pocalypse that will surely start when dust bunnies rise up against their vacuum cleaner masters.
Find him online at www.charliepulsipher.com. He spends his time away from the keyboard and his cardboard hiking and camping in the stunning Southern Utah landscape.
He neglects his twitter account. @charliepulse
Email him at [email protected] (
He was influenced by Tad Williams, Orson Scott Card, Neil Gaiman, Brandon Sanderson, and Jasper Fforde, to name just a few. Don’t be fooled by his shy, humble exterior. He does bite and his velociraptor impression is quite scary. It’s probably the coolest thing about him. Seriously, it’s worth seeing. It’s probably the coolest thing about him. You may also want to look into getting his book, Zombies at the Door, today. Those dust bunnies are looking quite indignant.