Will Robinson has an MFA from the University of British Columbia and has work published in numerous print and online journals, including carte blanche, SNReview, Verbsap, Talking Writing, The Furnace Review, CellStories, Scrivener Creative Review, Poetry/Fiction in Motion, blinking cursor, Avatar Review, Blood Lotus, Black Heart Magazine and Crack the Spine. He has also won awards and has been featured as Writer of the Month in several journals, in addition to being anthologized.
He is also the creator of some really cool gift products based on his poetry: www.ransomnotesfromtheheart.com
This book uses the fear of heights to address the anxiety fear creates, but I wanted to address the subject in a funny and unassuming way. I often use humor to talk about important issues, such as anxiety and fear, as I find humor takes the sting out of such emotions. I also like using humor that appeals to the parents (i.e., inside jokes, etc.) because the parent may be reading the book over and over (and OVER!) again.