About Doc Ridler, Purveyor of History and Fiction

Jason S. Ridler is a professional writer and historian. His novel DEATH MATCH, the first Spar Battersea thriller, set in the madcap world of pro wrestling, is available at Amazon! Sex, drugs and headlocks, oh my!

Doc Ridler has also published over forty short stories in such magazines and anthologies as Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Brain Harvest, Not One of Us, Chilling Tales, Tesseracts Thirteen, and more. His popular non-fiction has appeared in Clarkesworld, Dark Scribe, and the Internet Review of Science Fiction. A former punk rock musician and cemetery groundskeeper, Mr. Ridler holds a Ph.D. in War Studies from the Royal Military College of Canada and lives in Northern California with his wife, two dogs, and two parrots. Visit him at his writing blog, Ridlerville, on facebook, and on twitter at http://twitter.com/JayRidler

Want a sampling of his fiction?

Check out the two-fisted wrestling thriller DEATH MATCH at Amazon!

Read his tale of wandering gladiators and ancients beasts at Beneath Ceaseless Skies, “Buzzard’s Final Bow“!

And enjoy his tale of love and video games, “GAME OVER at the Nova Bijou” as part of the new Homeless Moon Chapbook!

4 Responses to About Doc Ridler, Purveyor of History and Fiction

  1. Todd Ravenholt says:

    Hi Jay,
    For another purpose I just googled Charles Bohannan and noticed you posted on SWJ some time back, looking for information on Charles, Ed Lansdale and Ramon Magsaysay (HUK rebellion). You had posted on SWJ forum. My Uncle, a foreign correspondent, was good friends with all three. In going through his papers a few years back I recall savings some papers from Ed to read later. While the papers are not at my fingertips, I could put you in touch with the adopted daughter of Charles Bohannan who should have all his papers. If you are still researching the topic, let me know. Todd

  2. Tom Farrington says:

    Hi Jay,

    Was also acquainted with the Bohannons as a boy and a much younger man. I spent several months at ARBOSO in the mid-70’s. Did you ever complete his Biography? The were the most interesting people I’ve ever met!

    Tom

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