George Eyre Masters was born in Philadelphia, PA, raised in Lima, Peru, and attended high school in Summit, New Jersey. He served with the Marine Corps in Vietnam and later graduated from Georgetown University where he began to write.
His articles and short stories have been published in major magazines and newpapers including A Clean, Well-Lighted Place, Every Writer's Resource, The Boston Globe, Washington Post, Charles River Review, Portland Magazine, Chicago Tribune, Yachting, Los Angeles Times, and San Francisco Chronicle.
To support his writing, Masters has been a commercial fisherman, worked construction, tended bar, taught school, sold cars and cooked on yachts. As a stuntman, he was eaten by the beast in the film "Alligator".
His novella "Trouble Sleeping" is now available on Amazon and Smashwords
The novel "Trouble Breathing" is due to be published in early 2013.
Currently he is at work on a collection of short stories and a second Harp novel.