Episode 30 | Daniel Arthur Smith

***GIVEAWAY: Daniel Arthur Smith would like to give away a signed copy of Tales from the Canyons of the Damned in Space: No. 1. To get registered, answering the following question in the comment section:

 Who is Daniel Arthur Smith’s favorite poet?

This giveaway is open to everyone and will run until Tuesday, January 3, 2017. Good luck everyone!***

pinterest-podcast-image-2Daniel Arthur Smith is the author of the international bestsellers Hugh Howey Lives, The Cathari Treasure, The Somali Deception, and a few other novels and short stories. He also curates the phenomenal short fiction series Tales from the Canyons of the Damned.

He was raised in Michigan and graduated from Western Michigan University where he studied philosophy, with focus on cognitive science, meta-physics, and comparative religion. He began his career as a bartender, barista, poetry house proprietor, teacher, and then became a technologist and futurist for the Fortune 100 across the Americas and Europe.

Daniel has traveled to over 300 cities in 22 countries, residing in Los Angeles, Kalamazoo, Prague, Crete, and now writes in Manhattan where he lives with his wife and young sons.

To learn more about Daniel Arthur Smith and his books visit his website.

Don’t forget to sign up for his newsletter while you are there.

You can also follow him on Facebook, & Twitter.

All of his books can be found on Amazon.

Daniel has also created a Patreon for the series Tales from the Canyons of the Damned. They have created many different reward levels. Head on over and check it out. 

Music provided by Nomis. You can learn more at his website.

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16 Responses to Episode 30 | Daniel Arthur Smith

  1. Dare I say this was a Leighgendary episode? 😉 This was a really great interview, with lots of revealing info, interesting stories shared and some wonderful banter.

    Oh, his favorite poet is Walt Whitman.

  2. Pingback: Book Review: Oceans: The Anthology - produced by Daniel Arthur Smith, written by various authors

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