Terry Holland took on the trappings of an adult at a too-early age. Years later, recognizing his unsuitability for the pose, he became an adolescent. Variously, he worked as a farmhand, hitchhiked across America, fishmongered, gambled for a living, invented advertorials, made messages for political campaigns, syndicated and managed stables of thoroughbreds, and brought the principles of geodemographic clustering to radio and retailing. And loved many women, most of them badly.
Recently, he has taken to writing fiction. He lives in Louisville in a treehouse at the far eastern end of the street on which he grew up at the far western end. He’s not hard to find unless you’re delivering something he wants. It is possible that he is now an adult. Closer, anyhow.
His website can be found at http://www.terryholland.info/.