WALLY RUDOLPH, born in Canada to Jamaican immigrant parents, had a fifteen-year affair with illicit drugs that caused him to drop out of college and travel across the American Midwest. His fiction can be found in the literary journals Milk Money, Lines+Stars, Palooka, Slush Pile, and The Brooklyner, and in the anthology Literary Pasadena. As an actor, he has appeared in numerous films and TV shows including Street Kings, Bang Bang, and Sons of Anarchy. Rudolph is the author of Four Corners and resides with his family in Los Angeles.
.."the plot is rendered in vivid, punch-drunk prose, colored by the cold, jaundiced sunlight of late December in the high desert, a land so imbued with harshness that even its snowflakes prick the flesh. — LA Weekly