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I experienced many false starts in my writing career. For years I’d start a project full of excitement, only to abandon it when life got in the way a few weeks later. So I studied journalism, wrote for a few papers—The Poughkeepsie Journal and New York Newsday among them—and worked as a freelance editor.
In November of 2013, after a fortuitous conversation on Black Friday, I got serious. Six months later I completed the first draft of The Anonymous Source. Two years later—after 14 revisions and publication by Booktrope—it hit #1 in its category on Amazon.
While I was revising The Anonymous Source, I published short fiction in Cracked Eye Magazine and began my next book, The Inverted Pyramid. You can find all my books here.
I love podcasts. Whether I want to learn about business, health, writing, or sports, I always turn to a podcast first. Recently I even listened to a podcast version of the Wizard of Oz with my four-year-old son.
In October 2014, I started my own podcast, WRITER 2.0: Writing, publishing, and the space between.
On the show, I speak with bestselling authors from every genre, both traditionally published and self-published. I also speak with experts from the publishing industry such as literary agents, book marketers, and journalists. I release interview episodes every Wednesday and solo episodes every Monday and Wednesday.
Once a journalist in New York, A.C. Fuller now writes fiction at the intersection of media, politics, and technology. Before he began writing full time, he was an adjunct professor of journalism at NYU and an English teacher at Northwest Indian College.
He is also the creator of the WRITER 2.0 Podcast, which ran from 2014 to 2016 and was consistently one of the top independent writing podcasts in the country.
In addition to NYU, he has taught writing for the Pacific Northwest Writers Association, the Write in the Harbor Conference, the Royal City Literary Arts Society, the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network, and many local libraries.
He lives with his wife, two children, and two dogs near Seattle.