Jeff 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 biking or running the roads and wooded trails surrounding Gettysburg, trudging to and from work with his Spotify playlist cranked to eleven, 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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