Eliot Peper is a novelist and strategist based in Oakland, CA.

He writes fast-paced, deeply-researched novels with diverse casts that explore the intersection of technology and society. He is the author of Bandwidth, Cumulus, True Blue, Neon Fever Dream, and The Uncommon Series and his books have been praised by The New York Times, The Verge, Popular Science, Businessweek, San Francisco Magazineio9, and Ars Technica.

As an independent adviser, Eliot works with entrepreneurs to clarify thinking and tell stories that change people. He has helped build technology businesses, launch publications, make venture investments, pioneer new media formats, commercialize new science, refine strategic plans, earn audiences, and inspire teams to challenge the status quo.

Eliot pursued graduate studies in international affairs, survived dengue fever, translated Virgil’s Aeneid from the original Latin, worked as an entrepreneur-in-residence at a venture capital firm, and explored the ancient Himalayan kingdom of Mustang.

His writing has appeared in publications like Harvard Business Review, Scout, TechCrunch, and the Chicago Review of Books. He has been featured by BBC, NPR, Forbes, Entrepreneur, Tech.co, Quartz, MediumVentureBeat, and the Seattle Review of Books, and he has been a speaker at places like Google, Qualcomm, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Future in Review, and the Conference on World Affairs.

Books: https://www.amazon.com/Eliot-Peper/e/B00IRH82N0/
Reading Recommendations: http://www.eliotpeper.com/p/inner-circle.html
Twitter: @eliotpeper
Press Images: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3rk1t6raww2h2d8/AABWRkR2AKilICakIid9beuLa?dl=0
Email: elpeper [at] gmail [dot] com

Literary representation: DongWon Song at Howard Morhaim (dongwon@morhaimliterary.com).