About Dean Bonner

C. D. (Dean) Bonner left the tarpaper shacks of Appalachia for a long military career, rising through the enlisted and officer ranks. He was a skilled Morse telegrapher and a calming voice during many search and rescue cases. He left a town of 300 souls to travel the world, living in Boston, New Orleans, DC, and even on the island of Guam for a couple of years. C. D. has a taste for things archaic, such as restoring Studebaker automobiles and antique tube radios, and is a weekend gold prospector. His partner PJ, a multi-talented artist, shares these same interests. Together, they travel and spend time at homes in Alabama and Virginia. C. D. has several upcoming projects, including recording several CDs of original humor for satellite radio and writing a new compilation of short stories. Dean worked as a weekly columnist for The Dadeville Record. He is a freelance writer for Lake Magazine and for Lake Martin Living Magazine. His feature articles have been published in The Republic arts magazine, in The Alexander City Outlook, and in The Lafayette Sun.

I Talk Slower Than I Think is in TV Series Development

I’ve signed a contract with LA production company Council Tree Productions to develop my book I Talk Slower Than I Think (plus a few additional stories) into a television series. The working title is Tar Nation. CT’S seasoned producer Joel … Continue reading

Think Before You Speak

A Klingon was talking on his communicator while in a slow checkout line at Winn Dixie.  After a moment, the woman in front of him frowned, and she turned to confront him, “Hey! This is America.  If you’re going to come … Continue reading

Award-winning Story Seeking Asylum

This story was not included in my collection I Talk Slower Than I Think.  This one recalls visiting our mother in the world’s largest mental hospital at age 3-4, then revisiting the place at age 18. It was one of … Continue reading

My Poem “Fall” in New Collection

My poem “Fall” has just been published in Chicago poet Janet Kuypers’ literary collection titled The Breaking.  109 pages of fine work by poets from all over. From Scars Publications and Down in the Dirt Magazine. Take a look The … Continue reading