American fiction writer and biographer. He released his initial full-length reserve, Everything Can be an Afterthought: THE LIFE SPAN and Writings of Paul Nelson, in 2011. As a man, he released short tales in such periodicals because the Mississippi Review, the California Quarterly, as well as the Utah Vacation. From the 1990s, he proved helpful as a rock and roll music critic for Penthouse and CATALYST journals. He was raised in Sodium Lake Town, Utah and afterwards settled in NEW YORK along with his wife, Deborah. He put together and edited a series entitled Interactions with Clint: Paul Nelson’s Shed Interviews with Clint Eastwood, 1979 – 1983.