Ian Williams pretended to speak for his generation in non-fiction and journalism for a few years before helping start a few dot-coms, writing Off Broadway plays, and generally dorking out in several bizarre areas. He has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Salon, and even produced some of the movie trailers you missed while in line for popcorn. His blog (xtcian.com) was featured in The New York Times Magazine in 2005 after he threatened to secede from the Union.
He now writes and develops television and movies with his wife Tessa. Along with daughter Lucy, they live in Los Angeles when they're not pollinating their pumpkins in upstate New York.