Len Cassamas is a writer and editor. He's also been a proofreader and an actor. He was part of a comedy team. He's done landscaping, data entry, and worked in legal records. He's been a paralegal, a bookseller, and a customer service rep at the call center of a large, well known insurance company. He's done filing, pumped gas, and used to be able to work the machine that gets the tires off the rims. He's had over 50 jobs and and still finds time to write and publish.
He has been published in The Providence Sunday Journal Magazine; East Side, West Side; the online magazine The Cynic; and Loose Canons, and his radio play, "Phil's Deli" was produced by Shoestring Radio Theatre in 2008 and was syndicated nationally at that time. In addition, to his writing, he is also an actor and has performed in over 25 plays.
He has been influenced by writers as diverse as Groucho Marx, Thornton Wilder, and Hermann Hesse. He lives in Atlanta with his wife, son, and their herd of cats.