Robert N. Lee was born in New Jersey and has lived all over the place since, including Vietnam, Hawaii, and Florida. He now lives in the Columbia River Gorge with his dog, Otis. He has held somewhere around fifty jobs, ranging from commercial hot tar roofing to cooking in restaurants to designing software and web services for SAP, Microsoft, McAfee, the World Health Organization, and Planned Parenthood. He had to spend a year in Second Life once for a marketing job and worked on one of the worst video games of all time, so he has seen some shit, man. He has had stories and essays published in Fantasy Magazine and Clarkesworld and Shimmer, among other places. His Xbox gamertag is Vee Ecks and he is robertnlee many places online you might look for him that aren’t Facebook.
As people keep asking, some links to stuff online I've written, and books with stories or pieces by me in them.
Alone On the Darkside -
The final story, "Sometimes I Think If I Stand By the Phone It May Ring," is mine.
Damned Nation - Co-edited this anthology with Dave Wilbanks, featured stories by William F. Nolan, Poppy Z. Brite, Tom Piccirilli, got a bunch of honorable mentions that year. I'm very proud.
NOTE TO PEOPLE CIRCLING ME: I get a lot of circle adds every day, a lot of them are spam and junk accounts, I can't possibly keep up with all of them, unless I want to make that a full time job. The best way to get me to circle you back is: speak up. I mostly circle new people after I have a conversation with them and they seem kewl. Comment on something I said or post something so awesome I have to comment. It may not be a perfect filter, but it keeps out most of the spammers and whatnot, anyway.