E.W. Bonadio was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the adopted home of Edgar Allen Poe. Growing up in an inner city working class neighborhood near Baltimore's inner harbor, the author's experiences served as the impetus for his humorous memoir, New-Age Renaissance Man. From an early age, he learned to live life according to his own terms, observing the menagerie of sights, sounds, and interesting characters that crossed his path. Those experiences served as a template for many of characters used in his writings. 
The author lives in Arizona and presently serves as director and COO for a privately held national contract engineering services organization. He is also a professional member of The Society of Southwestern Authors.
THE WRITING YEARS .......................
E.W. Bonadio picked up the author's pen late in life. In 2000 he penned his first novel, a supernatural police thriller titled, Voices and now has five published books for sale commercially. The author has also written numerous short stories, poems, and essays. His early poetry is compiled in a book titled Illuminations. Marin and the Dragon's Golden Treasure is his first published children's book. It tells the story of a boy who must trade with a dragon to save his village from destruction.
His last novel, an adventure thriller titled
The Masada Stones is available in both soft cover and hardbound editions. Bonadio's work has placed in several writing contests and ezines. The author can be reached through the email link:

Bonadio continues to write, penning a number of short stories, poems, and essays. His newly published anthology of horror and urban legend stories is available in print and as a Kindle book through

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