David Jay Brown holds a master's degree in psychobiology from New York University (1986). He is the author of two science fiction novels Brainchild and Virus, and is co-author of two volumes of interviews with controversial scientists and artists—Mavericks of the Mind (Crossing Press, 1993) and Voices from the Edge (Crossing Press, 1995).
David's interviews have been translated into Japanese (Hachiman, 1995), Italian (Gruppo Futura, 1997), and Czechoslovakian (East Hauz, 1999). He was responsible for all of the California-based research in Dr. Rupert Sheldrake's book on the unexplained powers of animals Dogs That Know When Their Owners Are Coming Home (Crown, 1999), which was the bestselling science book in the world for several weeks in the Fall of 2000.
David has also made numerous contributions to other books, including having co-written a chapter in Terence Mckenna's The Archaic Revival (Harper, 1992). He lectures widely, and currently writes for publications all over the globe.
Biography provided by the author, August 2002