Eric Laster lives in Los Angeles where, in addition to penciling fiction, he provides strategic writing services to select clients. After a successful stint as a ghostwriter (fiction, NY TIMES best sellers), he re-launched under his own name with a novel for middle graders and other whimsical folk: Welfy Q. Deederhoth: Meat Purveyor, World Savior, which won a Mom’s Choice award and an IPPY (Silver Medal) from the IBPA. He is also the acknowledged author of the novel Static. His short fiction has recently appeared in the Summer ’18 issue of the Beloit Fiction Journal. When not writing, Eric records punk rock and presses it to vinyl. Latest release: The Lasters – Kind of Blew.