Ross R. Webster
Ross R. Webster was born in Wheatridge Colorado and raised in Eugene Oregon and Aurora Colorado, but now calls Denver home. Ross primarily writes fiction and nonfiction in both prose and script form. Possessing a bachelor’s degree in Humanities from CU Boulder and a master’s degree from UC-Denver in Public History, Ross has been an active writer and researcher starting with Building a Movement and a Monument: The Rise of Tibetan Buddhism in America and the Construction of Colorado’s Great Stupa for Colorado Heritage Magazine in 2011. Since then most of his research and writings have contributed to academic journals, newspaper articles and local history publications. Currently he is working on his very first podcast, working title Tales From Beyond The Page, a series of historical vignettes from the lives of comics creators. He is also working on his first professional forays into fiction with Maxine Spaulding Citizen of the World: Holiday in Cambodia and The Fire From Heaven.
- Comics: Herge, Will Eisner, Chris Claremont, Alan
Moore, Warren Ellis, Garth Ennis, Neil Gaiman, Mike Mignola, Greg Rucka, Art Spiegelman, Peter Bagge, Dan Clowes, Chris Ware, Joe Sacco, Guy Delisle, Marjane Satrapi, Sarah Glidden, Lucy Knisley, Hope Larson, Chynna Clugston-Flores, Bryan Lee O’Malley, John Allison, Meredith Gran, Kate Beaton, Jaime Hernandez, Harvey Pekar, Shigeru Mizuki, Yoshihiro Tatsumi, Rumiko Takahashi
- Books: Fyoder Dostoevsky, Mark Twain, George
Orwell, James Baldwin, William S. Burroughs, Hunter S. Thompson, David Foster Wallace, Chuck Palahniuk, Chuck Klosterman, Jon Ronson, Sarah Vowell, Chelsea Cain, James Ellroy, Timothy Egan, Haruki Murakami, Sherman Alexie, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Jennifer Egan, Anchee Min, Iain Sinclair, Rebecca Solnit, Elif Shafak, David Mitchell
Publisher/Group Affiliation: Red Team GO Colorado
Years Active: 5
Available For Commission: Yes, Contact for rates.
Building a Movement and a Monument: The Rise of Tibetan Buddhism in America and the Construction of Colorado’s Great Stupa
From Seclusion to Sakura Square: A Chronicle of Japanese Americans in Denver, 1942-1976
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