About the author
David Baillie was born, raised, and educated in Hamilton, Ontario. He played in a couple of hardworking but (alas) long-forgotten punk bands before immigrating to the States to teach modern and postmodern literature at a down-to-earth, urban New England college prep school. He also sneaks in as much punk history as he can into anything he teaches. His first novel, What We Salvage, was a Hamilton Literary Awards finalist; like Little Bones, it draws upon Baillie’s own experiences in the boot-culture scene of the late ’80s. He currently lives in central Massachusetts with his artist/educator wife, Darcy, and a menagerie of children, dogs, and other assorted pets.