Jeffrey hails from Shorewood, Wisconsin and was raised in the small town of Oconomowoc. Alas, you have to be from Wisconsin in order to be able to pronounce that. After over a decade of living in the Chicago area he has finally returned to Wisconsin and currently lives on the Mississippi river. Jeffrey teaches philosophy and religious studies at a handful of local colleges, but also spends his time now spends most of his time researching, writing, painting, and raising his two daughters. Not necessarily in that order. He’s also a practitioners of the Japanese martial art Kosho Ryu Kempo and has an avid interest in both Western and Eastern sword arts. When he’s not doing those things, he’s probably unconscious from all the other stuff he’s been doing.

Of late, Jeffrey has moved away from writing fiction to focus on his areas of expertise, including Neoplatonism, Rosicrucianism, and other areas of religious and philosophical interest. Most recently, his book Living Theurgy: A Course in Iamblichus’ Philosophy, Theology, and Therugy was published by Avalonia Books.