Ted Krever watched the Beatles on Ed Sullivan, went to Woodstock (the good one), and graduated Sarah Lawrence College with a useless degree in creative writing.
He spent the next few decades in media journalism, at ABC News on the magazine show Day One with Forrest Sawyer and the Barbara Walters Interviews of a Lifetime series, as General Manager of BNNtv, a documentary production company, creating programs for CNN, A&E, Court TV, CBS, MTV News, Discovery People and CBS/48 Hours, and as VP/Production of a short-lived dotcom, followed swiftly by nine months of unemployment.
He is happily divorced, purports to be a good kisser and hopes for world peace.
He was once accused of attempting to blow up Ethel Kennedy with a Super-8 projector.
Influences: Twain, Hunter Thompson, Henry James, Saul Bellow, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Stan Lee, George MacDonald Fraser, Julio Cortasar, Jorge Luis Borges, Paul Auster, Twain again, Philip Roth, Nick Hornby, Fletcher Knebel and the great Canadian writers-Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and Robbie Robertson.