J. Marshall Craig

J. Marshall Craig is the author of, and contributor to, more than a dozen books and collected writings. These include his novel Eh Mail; his historical non-fiction book on World War I, You’re Lucky If You’re Killed; the environmental book Growing A Better America: Smart, Strong and Sustainable (with Chuck Leavell), and memoirs with Eric Burdon (Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood), Chuck Leavell (Between Rock and A Home Place), Damion Young (Guilty By Association), and John Rocker (Scars & Strikes). His work appears in several literary collections with Tom Wolfe, Hunter S. Thompson, Jack Kerouac and others (The Outlaw Bible of American Literature); Hells Angels founder Sonny Barger, Che Guevara and others (She’s A Bad Motorcycle) and former CNN talk show host Larry King (Remember Me When I’m Gone).

A resident of Southern California for most of his adult life, Canadian-born Craig now lives, writes, plays guitar and cooks in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

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