Thomas Russell Wingate—by profession, an historian; by gift, a poet; by marriage, a novelist; by temperament and circumstance, an entrepreneur—writes (with a twinkle in his eye) connected books with weighty themes.
He exercises creative control and guards his privacy. He does not rush into things. He does not publish in periodicals. He does not blog. He ignores “social media.” He neither gives nor attends “readings.” He does not review books, films, or exhibitions.