B.K. Bergman is both a fiction and non-fiction author based in Southern California. His first novel, Life in Harmony (the story of an infertile couple living with the spirit of a four-year-old girl) was released in 2015. His body of fiction is said to include verisimilitude dialogue and includes elements of faith and redemption. His short story “The Artist’s Dinner” appears in the Winter 2012 edition of The GNU literary journal. He is currently in the revisions stages of a second novel, The Giantologist (about a man’s quest to prove the existence of giants).
He is the former National Religion and Politics columnist for Examiner.com and has appeared as a religion and politics expert on Los Angeles radio station KKLA. His column, essays and articles focused on the theme of unity vs. division between the faiths and the important of the separation of church and state as a means of protecting the freedom of religion. His essays have been called provocatively thought-provoking.
He cites his writing influences as Kazuo Ishiguro, Anne Tyler, Judith Guest, and Dr. Wayne W. Dyer. He holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from National University. He also attended UCLA’s Writers Program. He lives in southern California with his wife, two sons, English Bulldog and California Desert Tortoise.
Whether you agree or disagree with what he writes, one thing is certain – you will feel something.