Michael A. Stusser Michael A. Stusser

Michael A. Stusser: Web Series

Author, The Dead Guy Interviews

Michael A. Stusser is a Seattle-based free-lance writer and game inventor. His first book, The Dead Guy Interviews: Conversations with 45 of the Most Accomplished, Notorious, and Deceased Personalities in History (Penguin Publishing) was released to critical acclaim. Stusser's article, "Sleeping with Siri" (Village Voice/Seattle Weekly) was recently made into an award-winning documentary. Stusser’s “Accidental Parent” column (ParentMap magazine) recently won the prestigious Gold Award at the Parents Publication Awards, and his month-long organic journey for the Seattle Weekly won the SPJ Award (2007) and was included in the Best Food Writing anthology. Stusser is a columnist for mental_floss magazine and his work is frequently published by Shambhala Sun, Yoga International, Seattle Magazine, and the New York Times Syndicate. Stusser is also the co-author of The Doonesbury Game with Garry Trudeau ("Best Party Game of the Year" by GAMES Magazine), and EARTHALERT, The Active Environmental Game (Parent’s Choice award-winner). His most recent board game, Hear Me Out (with Mike Schiller), was launched at Starbucks in 2005 and is now available at toy stores worldwide. Though he hates blogs, he writes for several, including Parentricity and The Father Life. SCREENPLAYS Along with playwright Michael Neff, Stusser is the author of the screenplays for “Tabloid News” and “Freak Show.” His educational television series, “Twisted Scholar,” has been optioned by Nickelodeon. Stusser brings an out-of-the-box approach to communications, activism and message, and his ideas promote world vision, achievement and fluxus collaboration. Beginning in the environmental movement at the University of California at Berkeley (BA 1986), Stusser has worked as a political organizer and lobbyist for the Public Interest Research Groups (CalPIRG, MASSPIRG and USPIRG), Greenpeace and Rock & the Environment. He was a CORO Fellow graduate in Los Angeles in 1989. The through line in Stusser's work is a desire to find new ways to increase dialogue about the critical issues of our times, empower individuals to make change, and, ultimately, take back the democratic process. And if they crack up along the way, even better… Visit Michael Stusser at http//www.michaelstusser.com http//www.myspace.com/michaelstusser http//us.penguingroup.com/nf/Book/BookDisplay/0,,9780143112273,00.html

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