Dave Iverson is a writer, documentary film producer/director and retired broadcast journalist. During his career he produced and reported more than 20 documentary specials for PBS, including the Frontline film, “My Father, My Brother and Me” which explored his family’s battle with Parkinson’s disease and the national Emmy award winning The Thirty Second Candidate. Iverson was a radio and television host for 35 years, first at Wisconsin Public Broadcasting and then at San Francisco’s NPR affiliate KQED. He’s also served as a special correspondent for the PBS NewHour. He’s currently a contributing editor at the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research where he was a founding member of the foundation’s Patient Council.
Winter Stars is Iverson’s first book. He lives in Oakland, California and in Maine.