Imagine. Create. Share.

As a writer, I live inside my head–a lot. I have been everywhere. Have done everything. I’ve had conversations with people that don’t exist. I’ve experienced defeat. Tasted victory. I’ve been a champion. A hero. A villain. I’ve been loyal. Deceitful. And I have flown over mountaintops, on the back of a dragon. I owe a lot to my imagination. Imagination takes us places. It sparks creativity. Develops dreams. Prompts ideas. Brings about perspectives others may not see. Imagination is what allows us to create stuff–awesome stuff. And then…we find someone to share it with.

Rusty Anderson Bio

Rusty discovered his passion for writing at an early age. When he was in the fourth grade he was given an assignment to write, illustrate, and bind a book. He liked it so much, he wrote three–most of which were pretty awful. One of those books, however, received accolades at a district writing competition. Originally from California, Rusty is no stranger to apple boxes and packaging tape. He attended three different middle schools and two different high schools between California and Utah. He lived in Guatemala, learned to speak Spanish, and eventually made his way back to Utah, where he graduated from the University of Utah. Rusty’s first job out of college was the editor of a monthly Utah newspaper. For the past thirteen years he has been working in marketing and graphic design. On the weekends, Rusty stays up late playing games and watching movies with his family. He and his wife, Jayne, reside in the beautiful mountains in Heber Valley with their six children.