Jonny_Eberle_Headshot_SquareMy name is Jonny Eberle. I’m a writer, filmmaker and photographer. I live in Tacoma, WA with my wife, our puppy and three adorable typewriters.

My short stories The Observable Universe, The Cannibals of Kitsap, Inheritance, the Disappeared, How to Steal Copper Wire, and Bad Air and Bitter Herbs have appeared on Creative Colloquy’s website and in their print anthology. My words have also appeared in Grit City Magazine. I’m currently working on a novel and a number of short stories (and, once in a while, rewrites on my full-length stage play, Worm Food). See my publications.

I’m a graduate of Northern Arizona University, where I studied Journalism and Political Science, and I’m the founder and CEO of Obscure Studios, an independent film studio. I’ve been blogging on this site since 2011. See my film work.

Professionally, I have worked as an editor, newspaper columnist, documentary camera operator, nonprofit communications professional, photographer and fiction writer. My outlets are creative and varied, ranging from the stage to the page to the screen.

I’m a tea snob, a swing dancer, an accidental human rights activist, a political animal, an armchair theologian, a science fiction nerd and a fedora enthusiast.

This website is a portfolio of my work and I encourage you to interact with it. Please feel free to leave your questions, comments and thoughts. I do my best to respond to comments in a timely manner, unless I get distracted by a project, which happens from time to time.

If you like what I write, please do me the honor of joining my mailing list. You also can follow me on Twitter at @jonnyeberle or you can email me at eberle.jonny@gmail[dot]com.

8 thoughts on “Bio”

  1. Remember…. When in doubt pinky out!

  2. The “Freshly Pressed” page is interesting. Some blogs are expressions and views of a persons’ life. Some do something for you and others do not. For me, finding a page like this is why it exists.

    There are so many places in the world like Guatamala that you visit once and it tugs at your heart in such a way you will never forget. For me, it is areas of Brazil. To see a place where the people are so warm yet the country has so many problems is almost overwhelming. On one drive, after seeing miles of some of the poorest homes, I thought to myself that if you were to become president of the country-how could you correct this all? It was almost to much.

    Well, I am glad someone wants to give a voice to people that are overlooked. Good luck!

    This also highlights why traveling is so important. If you never see it or you are on a cruise ship and only visit the port areas, then you will never understand the rest of the world.

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