Scott Pearson is a freelance writer and editor who was first published in 1987 with “The Mailbox,” a Minnesota Monthly Tamarack Award winner about an elderly farming couple. That was back when stories were done on typewriters.
In the decades since, he has published humor, mystery, urban fantasy, science fiction, horror, poetry, and nonfiction. That eclectic output includes a Led Zeppelin discography, a series of books on invasive species for young readers, and a couple of documentary screenplays for Imax and dome theaters.
A Star Trek fan since the early seventies, Scott has had three Trek short stories and two novellas published by Simon & Schuster. He has written articles about Trek for the official Star Trek magazine and has copyedited dozens of Trek novels since 2014.
Scott has edited nonfiction books on a wide variety of topics, from the memoirs of World War II veterans to true crime to the space shuttle. He lives in personable St. Paul, Minnesota, with his wife, Sandra, and daughter, Ella (when she’s home from college). Visit his website, Scott-Pearson.com, to find out more.
Strange as it may seem, all this random writing and editing is his only job, so if you’ve enjoyed any of his work or perhaps you’ve seen him on a panel at a con, please consider visiting his Ko-fi page, where you can read free book reviews from his archives and maybe drop something in the tip jar!