Jon Katz has written twenty-five books, including works of nonfiction, novels, short stories, and books for children; he is also a photographer. He has written for "The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, " Slate, " Rolling Stone, " and the "AKC Gazette" and has worked for CBS News, "The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, "and "The Philadelphia Inquirer." He lives on Bedlam Farm, in upstate New York, with his wife, the artist Maria Wulf, and their dogs, donkeys, barn cats, sheep, and chickens.
Praise for "Dancing Dogs" "Funny, keenly observed short stories illuminating the bond between man and his best friend."--"People" "Jon Katz writes with passion and humor about the connections between animals and humans. . . . Animal lovers are sure to want to add this book to their collection."--Examiner.com "Katz's stories, sometimes warm and sometimes funny, are smooth, light reads that are easy to pick up and enjoy and will appeal to dog lovers everywhere."--"Booklist" "Insightful, moving . . . a tissue-box-worthy collection of animal tales."--"Kirkus Reviews" "[A] heartwarming book.""--The Dallas Morning News"