|Bio Of a Silver Fox
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I was born Daniel Douglas Adams
somewhere in the Blue Ridge Mountains in October of 1970, and since then have
enjoyed such activities as making covenants with bobcats (1993), partying
with James Doohan (1992), outrunning a train on foot (1994), hunting down
psychics and spirit channelers and haunted houses (1991 to present), working
in other centuries (1999, 1850, 1740, and 1671), and other mundane pastimes.
My favorite passions include writing and anything outdoors.
I am the co-author, with Philip Jose Farmer, of the short science fiction novel The City Beyond Play, released by PS Publishing in September 2007. As of June 2008 the book is a nominee for the 2008 British Fantasy Awards in the Best Novella category.
I don't have a comprehensive bibliography here on my webpage, but you can
check out one that's nearly so on the biography page of my online journal:
I'll have a complete listing here soon!
LIVE JOURNAL: MADWRITER
ATTENTION ROANOKE COLLEGE ART ALUMNI AND OTHER FORMER RC ART STUDENTS
STUPIDITY 2006: Political stupidity during and after the 2000 presidential campaign! ("Like America, a work in progress.")
VITAL FOX STATISTICS, for those who care!
DAN'S "MISSING PERSONS" PAGE
(Seven lost friends found as of 11/30/05!)
Danny Adams at SlashDot
The World's Best CHEESECAKE and PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES!
My original photo album is working again! (Or if it isn't, try my mirror at dda.wwco.com.)
RECENT PICTURES: Thanks to Walt, I now have a new photo gallery online, with a sampling of pictures taken over the last three years or so!
I also have a TEXT GUIDE to the places in my album. And listed below are all the people who found a place in my virtual album, as well as links to their homepages where available. Italics mean there isn't an online picture of the person yet...but there will be soon. More pictures to follow.
No electrons were harmed in the making of this webpage. They're typing furiously at their subatomic keyboards.