Vince has been writing in one form or another for more than 25 years. He wrote for newspapers in the 1990's, high tech in the 2000's, and has been writing novels for the last ten years, and editing books for other writers for the last two years.
Beggars Union was an idea that came to him as he watched freeway off-ramp panhandlers swapping cardboard signs and chatting during shift changes, and he wondered if they were organized. An article in the local paper soon thereafter indicated yes! So after years of working in a variety of call centers, and writing down everything silly that happened, he decided to write a novel about a young man who comes from a family of shysters and card-carrying placard carriers, but who wants to strike out on his own. And strike out he does!
It's a comedy about poverty and fraud. What could possibly go wrong?Name: Vince Dickinson