When Chris Nugent is not prancing about nude in the woods with his Jeep hunting Sasquatch, or building scale replicas of Hitler’s bunker while listening to Led Zeppelin, he can be found behind the desk in his office creating short fiction, essays, and an odd poem or two. His writing has appeared in The Rusty Nail literary journal, TulipTree Publishing’s TulipTree Review quarterly, and various offroad and outdoor interest newsletters. His photography has appeared in a short collection of canine poetry called Doggerel, by Nan Reed; the TulipTree Review, and was also featured in Seattle’s Museum of Flight 2017 Spirit of Flight photo exhibition. He lives in northwest Washington with his wife and two children. His wife is a lovely little thing and his children make inmates cry. They are tears of joy.