Magic, Mayhem, Murder, Mischief and Mirth
Noah JD Chinn is an author, amateur adventurer, and has it on good authority to being a moderately amusing fellow. His latest novel, The Plutus Paradox, is a sequel to his previous 1980 era mystery, Getting Rid of Gary. His other novels include the paranormal romantic comedy A G**damned Love Story and Trooper 4, about a state trooper who wakes up in a motel at the end of the world (and things only get a whole lot stranger from there). As a published cartoonist and writer, several of Noah’s articles have appeared in distinguished publications, including Canada’s Globe & Mail. His short fiction also appeared in the UK magazine Fiction, which closed immediately afterwards and was in no way his fault. Probably. He actually has no comment on the matter and would prefer it if you talked about something else. He’s the creator of Fuzzy Knights, a comic that still appears in Knights of the Dinner Table magazine, whom he currently writes book reviews for. It featured stuffed toys playing role-playing games, yet incorporated elements of myth about the nature of storytelling. Though he spends entirely too much time hunched in front of a keyboard, Noah does enjoy having an adventure now and then. He’s biked across several countries and even climbs the odd mountain. He recommends the view from Mt. Fuji-if you have a pair of warm gloves and an oxygen tank. Noah currently lives in North Vancouver, Canada with his wife Gillian and their ferret Dora. He has yet to be accused of literature, but looks forward to the possibility someday. As an honest-to-goodness nerd, Noah enjoys video games, photography, role-playing, and travel. This website was created to offer a little insight into the man himself-and shamelessly peddle his wares. Welcome!