Evan Crowder is a Renaissance man; a self-unemployed storyteller, dreamer (until it died), laissez-faire pupil, perspiring writer, corrections officer of humanity and journeyman jackass of all trades, preferring to divide his time equally amongst his vices. A determined follower of feline polo, Evan has had great success on the back of Hodge, his prize Calico. When not competing, he enjoys cooking ethnic food, reading physically deformed 18th century authors and drinking gin while writing non-fiction stories.
Crowder, Evan M.
Year 2008, Article 11.
Available at: https://cupola.gettysburg.edu/mercury/vol2008/iss1/11