For most of his career, Scott Hermanson has written literary criticism about skewed environmental perspectives, examining the American West, chaos theory in urban design, and Disney World. Now he’s writing a novel with his own skewed environmental perspective. His most recent short story was published in the inaugural issue of The Superstition Review. In 2004, he was named Faculty Member of the Year at Dana College, one of the smallest colleges in the nation. Feeling rather full of himself, he took a job at the largest university in the nation. He now teaches writing as an adjunct professor at Arizona State University.
“The Cartesian Point of Center”
Scott Hermanson talks about his fictional perspective of Block V with 26 Blocks creator Joey Robert Parks.