James Fox is a husband, father, former scoutmaster and volunteer canoe docent for the State Parks system. Although he still works for food, it is his off work experiences in the mountains and along the streams and rivers of California that are often the basis for his short stories and poems. He has been published in Scouting Magazine, Pure Inspiration Magazine and the Thin Threads anthology "More Real Stories of Life Changing Moments." A dozen of his short-short stories have appeared in various publications such as The Front Porch periodical and Art & Prose. Usually writing in the creative non-fiction genre, James has recently delved into writing fiction. His one lament is that the late Andy Warhol had promised us all a few minutes of fame; fortune would have been so much better.
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