B.A., The Evergreen State College, 1974
Eric Stone worked for many years as a writer, reporter, photographer, editor and publisher in the U.S. and Asia, covering everything from economics to crime; politics to sex, drugs and rock & roll. He has traveled the world for both work and play, and lives in Los Angeles. He is the author of the four Ray Sharp novels: Shanghaied, Flight of the Hornbill, Grave Imports and The Living Room of the Dead. The books are set in Asia and based on stories that Eric covered as a journalist. He is also the author of the true crime / sports biography, Wrong Side of the Wall.
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Journalism
Latest Publication Title
Flight of the Hornbill, 2008
Grave Imports, 2007
The Living Room of the Dead, 2007
Wrong Side of the Wall - The Biography of Blackie Schwamb, the Greatest Prison Baseball Player of All-Time, 2005
How did Evergreen help you in your career?
I wrote a lot on deadline. I edited the Cooper Point Journal. I took up drinking (essential to being a journalist in Asia).