I’ve always hated the term blog, mostly because this was going for years before the term was invented. I used to call this a “journal,” but then LiveJournal came along and changed the meaning of that. I gave up and started calling this a blog about a year before blogging died completely. Now blogs are designed by SEO firms for dental practices. I still blog because I can’t draw, and don’t want to take golf lessons.
Jon Konrath is an American author born in 1971. He grew up in Indiana and studied computer science and English at Indiana University. After college, he worked as a software developer and technical writer, but eventually turned his attention to writing fiction.
Konrath is the author of several books, including “Rumored to Exist,” “Thunderbird,” and “The Earworm Inception.” His writing is known for its unique blend of humor, absurdism, and surrealism, often blurring the lines between reality and fantasy.
In addition to writing, Konrath is also an accomplished photographer. He currently resides in California.
This is a personal site. If you’re looking for stuff about my career as a tech writer, head to https://www.jonkonrath.com. And these are my own words. They don’t represent my employer or anyone else here.
If you need to email me (why?) I’m at jkonrath at the name of this site.