Jeff Cann lives, works, writes, and runs in Gettysburg Pennsylvania. His essays and stories have appeared in the Gettysburg Times and Like the Wind magazine, as well as various blog sites dealing with the topics of mental health and running. Jeff is married with two children.
When he isn’t working, parenting or writing, he can be found hiking or running the wooded trails surrounding Gettysburg; instructing punk-infused indoor-cycle classes; or reading novels and biographical essays.
His first book of personal essays, Fragments – a memoir, was published in April 2016.
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The Boeskool: Cultural essays from what the author describes as a Christian perspective.
The Body’s Heated Speech: I’m not big on poetry, but my friend Brian Dean Powers knocks out some powerful stuff.
Sleeping on the Diagonal: Humorously random ruminations on single life.
The Crappy Childhood Fairy: This interesting and well-written blog walks a line between creative memoir & academic analysis.
Shenandoah Breakdown: This dude can write.
Dumb Runner: Mark Remy’s excellent tongue-in-cheek running commentary.
Undercrust: Written by me under my alter ego Charley Rider for over two years. Lots of content, but my best stuff from this period is in my book (which you should read).