A native of Wisconsin and Connecticut, DT “Dan” Krippene deserted aspirations of being a biologist to live the corporate dream and raise a family. After seven homes, a ten-year stint working in Asia, and an imagination that never slept, his muse refused to be hobbled as a mere dream. A member of the Henderson Writers Group and Bethlehem Writers Group, Dan writes mysteries, paranormal, apocalyptic science fiction, and parallel universe science fantasy.
Dan has published several short stories. “Hell of a Deal”, in the paranormal collection and 2019 Killer Nashville Finalist, Untethered. “Man’s Best Friend”, in the 2021 Best Indie Book for Fiction, Fur, Feathers, and Scales. And most recently, “The Lost Gold of Rhyolite”, in 2023 Finalist Indie Award, An Element of Mystery.
An active member of the Bethlehem Writers Group, he’s been a featured author in the BWG Writers Roundtable Magazine; the most recent titles the Spring 2022 Issue with “Desert Buzz”, the July 2021 Issue with “Hot as Sin”, and the 2018 Summer Issue with “In Simple Terms.”