Bios are boring. Unless they're not. And since people differ in their preferences for how much information should be presented in a proper biography, here are several alternatives.
They're in PDF form, so if you don't have the Adobe reader, just make something up about my life. I only request that you include a Maserati.
Oh, fine. Here's a Traditional Bio as well:
D.J. Edmiston was born in Oregon but is a lifelong resident of northern Idaho. After writing short stories, songs, and novels in high school, he shifted his attention to theatre, spending thirteen years as a playwright, actor, and director. He has penned nine produced plays, six of which that have won or placed in contests around the country, including Coyote Point, winner of the Pillars Prize in Playwriting at Georgia College and State University. In 2012, he returned to fiction, ultimately self-publishing his first novel, Edentown. A return to college as an adult inspired his first book for children, Fantasticademy. Apart from writing, he has worked as a utility locator, owned and operated a popular hamburger and ice cream business, and currently works as an x-ray technologist. He enjoys doing crazy arts projects with his wife and two daughters, playing guitar, and singing lackluster karaoke. He hates mowing.
Oh, and here are more pictures. Don't make fun of the denim shorts with bunched-up socks. One of the many things I can't forgive about the early 90s.