James Zerndt's writing has most recently appeared in Gray's Sporting Journal and The Oregonian. The short story this novel is based on won Honorable Mention in The Atlantic's Fiction Contest a few years ago.
James lives with his wife and Secret Agent Jack Jameson in Portland, Oregon where he rarely speaks about himself in the third person.
What if it stopped raining?
Thomas, and his younger brother, Dustin, set out on a road trip to find out what’s causing the country’s biggest drought in decades. Along the way they discover things that'll change their lives, and their country, forever.