Isaiah Campbell

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Isaiah Campbell was born and bred in Texas, and spent his childhood reading a blend of Dickens, Dumas, and Stan Lee. He dreamed his whole life of becoming a writer. And also of being bitten by a radioactive spider. Unfortunately, only one dream has panned out. For fifteen years he taught and coached students in writing and the arts before he finally took his own advice and wrote The Troubles of Johnny Cannon. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, three children, and his sanity, although that may be moving out soon. He occasionally searches the classifieds for the bulk sale of spiders and uranium but hasn’t had any luck yet. Find him online at IsaiahCampbell.com.

Photograph by Eunhae Shin

Isaiah Campbell

Become a Fan

Isaiah Campbell was born and bred in Texas, and spent his childhood reading a blend of Dickens, Dumas, and Stan Lee. He dreamed his whole life of becoming a writer. And also of being bitten by a radioactive spider. Unfortunately, only one dream has panned out. For fifteen years he taught and coached students in writing and the arts before he finally took his own advice and wrote The Troubles of Johnny Cannon. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, three children, and his sanity, although that may be moving out soon. He occasionally searches the classifieds for the bulk sale of spiders and uranium but hasn’t had any luck yet. Find him online at IsaiahCampbell.com.

Photograph by Eunhae Shin

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My Life in 8 Words

Author Revealed

Isaiah Campbell
Q. What is your motto or maxim?

A. You don't know what's in a bug til you squash it.

Q. If you could be any person or thing, who or what would it be?

A. Hugh Jackman. My wife thinks he's hot. She also thinks I'm hot. Just not as hot as Hugh Jackman.

Q. What trait is most noticeable about you?

A. I'm sarcastic.

Q. What are your most overused words or phrases?

A. Check it.

Q. If you could meet any historical character, who would it be and what would you say to him or her?

A. At this present moment in my life, I would want to meet President Kennedy and tell him to forego the convertible in Dallas.

Author Voices

June 09, 2014

On May 31, I had the honor and privilege to participate in the Kids Author Carnival at the Jefferson Market branch of the New York Public Library. 37 authors (myself included) got the chance to hang out with around 200 awesome kids and their parental units. We played charades, pictionary, writing round robin, and a whole mess of other awesome activities that connected all of us with the super cool kids who love books enough to guess "James and the Giant Peach" when I'd only drawn a circle. (Seriously, these kids were SUPER smart)

The coolest part of this for me was that this was my very first author event, and it was as good a first-time... see more

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