About the Author
A former U.S. Army interrogator, Martin Ott currently lives in Los Angeles and still finds himself asking a lot of questions.
His book of poetry "Underdays" will be published in 2015 by The University of Notre Dame Press. He is also the author of two other books of poetry - "Captive," the 2011 De Novo Prize winner , C&R Press and "Poets' Guide to America," co-written with John F. Buckley, Brooklyn Arts Press.
His debut novel "The Interrogator's Notebook" was published by Story Merchant books in 2013.
Martin has worked as a content marketer and copywriter in Los Angeles since moving there to attend the Masters of Professional Writing Program at the University of Southern California.
His writing blog http://writeliving.wordpress.com/ has drawn thousands of global visitors in more than 75 countries.
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