Given my demanding roles as a computer science professor and father, I try as much as possible to dedicate the time left over for writing to the deep work of actually writing. Accordingly, I’m harder to reach than most authors: I don’t have a general purpose email address and I don’t use any social media. I also tend to avoid many of the extracurricular activities common to my profession.
(See Neal Stephenson’s essay, “Why I’m a Bad Correspondent”, for some more justifications regarding this minimalist approach.)
Below are the ways you can still reach me, along with some relevant instructions…
One of the things I love about blogging is that my readers send me links to articles, books, interviews, etc., they think might interest me, given the topics I write about. This is where I find a lot of my best material. Please keep these coming to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: I really appreciate these pointers, but due to time constraints, I’m usually not able to respond.
Please send requests for radio, print, and podcast interviews to email@example.com.
The Leigh Bureau
Note: At the moment, I’m taking a break from speaking to focus my limited writing time on a new writing project. I will update this page when I’m once again seeking new speaking engagements.
Literary Agent and Rights Inquiries
DeFiore and Company