Wim Coleman and Pat Perrin have collaborated on their writing for
about 25 years and stayed happily married all that time. For 13
years they lived in the beautiful Mexican town of San Miguel de
Allende, where they created and managed a scholarship program for
at-risk students under the auspices of San Miguel PEN. Their most
recent novel, Mayan Interface, draws on Mexican myth and
Wim and Pat are co-authors of The Jamais Vu Papers, an eccentric novel that has maintained a following for over two decades and has won awards for visionary fiction. They also wrote the popular thriller Terminal Games, and their articles and essays appear in collections about creativity and storytelling.
Their highly-praised books for young readers include award-winning historical fiction, two fantasy series, books of plays, and a "nonfiction" book about unicorns. More at www.playsonideas.com/
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