Jonathan Evison is the author of three published novels and several he allegedly buried in the ground. His debut novel "All About Lulu" was published in 2008 to critical acclaim, including the Washington State Book Award. His second novel "West of Here" was released in 2011, and won several awards including the 2012 Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award. "The Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving," his latest novel, was released in 2012 and it too won the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Award (for 2013).
Jonathan was recognized in 2009 and 2011 by the American Booksellers Association with the Most Engaging Author Honor.
In his teens, Evison was the founding member and frontman of the Seattle punk band March of Crimes, which included future members of Pearl Jam and Soundgarden.