K.W. Bowlin has released his second novel "Living and Dying in Shorts," a collection of 24 fictional tales about dark family drama, adventure, addiction, faith, hope, anger, loyalty and love.
Long time fixture on the Orange County Music Scene, K.W. Bowlin has released a collection of 24 literary short stories titled œLiving and Dying in Shorts. The fictional tales consist of family dramas, drug addiction, dark humor, and some historical adventure that provide a look into the unique, inescapable, and irreducible features of being human. The book is available in most major and independent book stores.
Bowlin's band, œThe Kelly Bowlin Band won the 2004 Orange County Music Award for "Best Classic Rock," and then the 2006 Southern California Music Award for œBest Roots Rock. The band also toured with Dwight Yoakam, and Junior Brown, and performed with the likes of Buddy Guy, The Spin Doctors, Soul Asylum and Kansas.
Bowlin's debut novel œThe Mosquito Sting (Ingram) is a story about a large counterfeit operation created by a band of quirky characters with the goal of eliminating malaria in Africa.
Bowlin is currently scheduling a four state promotional tour in Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and California. He was a long time resident of San Clemente, and currently lives near Colorado Springs, in the Front Range.