SCOTT BAKER was born in New York City, New York. He was in the Psychology Major honor society PSI CHI at Pennsylvania State University. Today he is active in several Green organizations such as: Time's Up, Transportation Alternatives, World Wildlife Fund and Community Board 6 in New York City.
His writing career began from childhood with his first illustrated book, Impland. He has since written six novel length manuscripts and articles for computer magazines and newsletters.
A modern-day Renaissance man with interests in astronomy, natural sciences, psychology, philosophy, history, Native American culture, and all future-forward topics, he has been called an adept syncretist by Kirkus Discoveries,
for his two-volume opus, NeitherWorld.
NeitherWorld is an adventurous, multifaceted tale combining elements of history, sci-fi and fantasy set in the North Country of Ojibwe Indians. An exciting read of suspense and mystery that keeps the reader wondering what will happen next.
Fellow Lulu author Jeremy Robinson has said of Scott, “It's obvious you have an abundant imagination and the true heart of a writer.”
The author lives in New York City and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.