David Watts’s literary credits include seven books of poetry, three collections of short stories, two mystery novels, seven western novels, a Christmas memoir, and several essays. He has been published by Random House, The New York Times, The Gettysburg Review and many others. He is a medical doctor, a classically trained musician, inventor and was a former television personality and commentator for All Things Considered. He has received awards for his academics and for his work in the media, in medicine, and as a poet and author. He publishes occasionally under the pseudonym of harvey ellis, poetry that arises from the deeper consciousness.
Available on Amazon: Bedside Manners: One Doctor's Reflections on the Oddly Intimate Encounters Between Patient and Healer
Available on Amazon: The Lucifer Connection (Barstone Mysteries)