Tony Rogers holds degrees from Yale and Harvard Law School. Once upon a time, he was a professional musician, briefly a Wall Street lawyer and for twenty-five years a hospital administrator. He is the winner of the Nilsen Prize for a First Novel and the Writer's Voice Capricorn Prize for a collection of short stories. The Nilsen Prize winning novel, The Execution of Richard Sturgis, As Told by His Son, Colin, was published by Southeast Missouri State University Press in 2013. His fiction and non-fiction have appeared in The Gettysburg Review, Pleiades, Thema, North Dakota Quarterly, The Worcester Review, The Boston Globe Magazine, and many others. Rogers lives in Cambridge with his wife Tamara.