Keith Cronin is the author of the novels ME AGAIN, published by Five Star/Gale; and TONY PARTLY CLOUDY (published under his pen name Nick Rollins). A professional rock drummer for over two decades, Keith has performed and recorded with artists including Bruce Springsteen, Clarence Clemons, and Pat Travers. In addition he has worked as a librarian, a truck driver, an environmental activist, and a copywriter for Office Depot (go ahead, ask him anything about paperclips).
Keith’s fiction has appeared in Carve Magazine, Amarillo Bay, The Scruffy Dog Review, Zinos, and a University of Phoenix management course. He is also becoming informally known as “the title guy,” having provided the title for Sara Gruen’s blockbuster Water for Elephants, as well as Susan Henderson’s HarperCollins debut Up from the Blue.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in music from Indiana University, and earned his MBA at Florida Atlantic University. The proud father of one daughter, Keith lives in South Florida, where he divides his time between drumming, writing corporate speeches and reports, and serenading local ducks and squirrels with his ukulele. Visit him online at www.keithcronin.com or www.facebook.com/keithcronin.