Don White has published various articles and short stories and won the Cascade Award for his short fiction. He has two graduate degrees in theology and has self-published his nonfiction book, A Plymouth Pilgrim. He is near completion of his novel, The Doll-Man, set in the orchard country of 1950s eastern Washington. When he is not writing, he enjoys fine arts, woodworking, and perusing old musty books at thrift shops. His favorite reading includes the works of Bret Lott, Flannery O’Connor, and John Steinbeck. He and his wife enjoy small-town living in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.