My name is Joe Kuttler. I have traveled, worked and written all across America. I worked with houseboats in northern Minnesota in Voyageurs National Park, worked on a regenerative farm outside of my hometown of Baltimore, and helped build timber-frame houses in the Rocky Mountains. I dream to one day buy land and build my own cabin on it.
My short fiction has appeared in Mystery Weekly Magazine and in the Canyon Voices Literary Journal. The Happy Hotline is my debut novel. I also blog for the Times of Israel and wrote opinion articles for the University of Maryland's newspaper, The Diamondback.
I've taken many pictures throughout my travels, and I'm happy to share them with you, either to browse or to purchase as prints in my online shop. I hope you'll enjoy them nearly as much as I enjoyed taking them.