The Biography of Garth Stein By Holland E. Mattis Early Life – The Young Years Born in Los Angeles, California on December 6, 1964 Now resides in Seattle, WA with his wife They have three sons: Caleb, Eamon, and Dashielle His dog’s name is Comet College Education Graduated from Columbia College of Columbia University Earned his Master of Fine Arts degree Film Career Stein has done work on many documentaries. The Lunch Date, The Last Party, When Your Head’s not a Head, It’s a Nut Has written one play: Brother Jones Writing Career Stein has written many successful novels. He published Raven Stole the Moon in 1998 How Evan Broke his Head and Other Secrets was published in 2005 The Art of Racing in the Rain Based on his own life experiences Raced in championship races up until a tragic crash on the track Published in 2008 It takes a unique twist on life as it is seen through a dog’s eyes. Works Cited "About Garth." Garth Stein. Web. 06 May 2012. <http://www.garthstein.com/bio.php>.