An overview of me

Jeff & CrowJeff Cann lives, works, and writes in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. His essays and stories have appeared in Like the Wind magazine, the Good Men Project, and other web sites exploring mental health, running and culture. Jeff is married with two teenage children.

When he isn’t working, parenting or writing, he can be found hiking or running the wooded trails surrounding Gettysburg; coaching a teen mountain biking team; or reading novels, biographical essays and other blogs.

His first book of personal essays, Fragments – a memoir, was published in April 2016.

BAD ASS – My Quest to Become a Back Woods Trail Runner (and other obsessive goals) was published in October 2018.
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23 thoughts on “An overview of me

  1. Thank you for sharing this self analysis. It says a lot about who you are, what you’ve gone through and what you want from others.There will always be insensitive persons out there, but it’s their loss to be so inconsiderate. We’ve both come to know you better, to appreciate and enjoy you for your individuality, your honesty, and courage. We love your writing.

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  2. Jeff, I just stumbled upon your site via the community pool and I am excited to begin reading! Plus, I live in Pennsylvania and that doesn’t hurt my interest in your blog haha Happy writing!

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  3. I’ve just stumbled here from the link via Discover and I’m already glad I did. It’s great to meet a fellow blogger that is interesting in making genuine connections and sharing content that is carefully crafted.

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  4. Hi Jeff. I happened to find your blog by Discover and your Follow post. I agree. I have Unfollowed a few bloggers. Why put that negativity in my face? There’s enough of that in the world. I look forward to seeing more of your work!

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  7. Hi Jeff
    I have come to your blog via the discover thread and couldn’t agree more with your opinions on ‘follow’. I know Facebook is a great base for networking, but I left it over a yr ago due to hate and continuously seeing posts that were hurtful or upsetting in some way. It’s refreshing to hear someone with genuine beliefs in a ‘follow for a follow’ world. I look forward to reading more of your blog.

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  8. Hi Jeff!! Just found your blog and I’m interested in diving further in. I’m new to this blogging world and eager to learn as much as I can. I like the truth and positive flow. Plus I happen to live in Pa as well. I hope to connect in the future!

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