David Krause is a journalist with California Energy Markets, covering energy, climate change, and catastrophes. He was a civil engineer for ten years prior, but traded in concrete for an M.F.A in Creative Writing, an M.A. in English, and a couple of novels tucked away in his basement.
He also writes tragedies, comedies and romances in various forms (novels, screenplays, stage plays, and sometimes a poem). His master’s thesis is titled Notes on Nothing: Boredom as Revolution in Samuel Beckett’s Political Acts. He got a B on it.