L.K. Peterson has worked at Metropolitan Home magazine and various sports publications as well as Fodor's travel guidebooks. Besides the 2012 Doomsday Planner, he is the author of the books Global Graphics: Color and Passport USA, and has written about such diverse topics as sports arena architecture, American interstate trucking regulations and how to tell the difference between Louis XIV, XV and XVI furniture.
Along with being co-publisher of Now What Media LLC, Peterson is the man behind the satiric websites Ant Farmer's Almanac, Celebrity Death Haiku (which is exactly what it sounds like it might be), and Fairly Grim Tales: Fables & Folklore for the Rich & Famous.
He lives in Brooklyn with his wife, where he spends his free time looking for parking spaces and plotting revenge.
Please contact him by e-mail • email@example.com.