White Mountain Poems
White Mountain Poems is a 64-page art book presenting 41 new poems and 28 large-format color photographs of New Hampshire’s White Mountains.
I am Bill Gates’ Dog
The novel I Am Bill Gates’ Dog is rollicking fiction that entertains and amuses while it stabs at cunning ambition.
Ad Man in the Games of 2046 is social commentary that shows a future America that has stripped cultural institutions of any high purpose or meaning.
Humorous and insightful, The Dropout is a novel about repairing human connections.
For PlayStations and DVD players, computers and cars, we have the microchip to thank
The VC Way
Venture capitalists have played a pivotal role in hatching the technologies that are redefining our work and life.
About Jeffrey Zygmont
That theme underlies three novels: I Am Bill Gates' Dog, available on this website along with Adman in the Games of 2046, and The Dropout. The pioneering web publisher Online Originals named The Dropout its “Featured Selection” in July 2002.
I have published short fiction in the anthology The Literature of Work, and in periodicals ranging from New Hampshire Journal to the magazine Twin Cities Business Monthly. My poetry has appeared in the journal Not Just Air. Two of my poems received nominations for the annual Pushcart Prize, a respected literary award. They are Wife Poem XXVII, nominated in 2008, and Menopause, nominated in 2009.
As a journalist, I have published articles in many magazines and newspapers, including Boston Magazine, Boston Woman, Business Week, CFO Magazine, The Christian Science Monitor, Cigar Aficionado, Gannett Newspapers, Inc Magazine, The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, and Robb Report. I was the automobile columnist for Omni Magazine, a technology columnist for PC Computing Magazine, and an editor and staff writer for High Technology Magazine.
My non-fiction books are Microchip; An Idea, Its Genesis and the Revolution It Created, and The VC Way; Investment Secrets from the Wizards of Venture Capital, which was translated into Chinese for sale in the Orient.
My early career in journalism and non-fiction writing gave me knowledge and insight into so many of our muzzling institutions. Today I convert that education to literature that exposes the built-in biases we embrace in our allegiances to groups, while it also entertains and engages you.