Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, Steven Kalas graduated from Northern Arizona University with a B.S. in Psychology and earned his Masters in Theology at Southern Methodist University. He currently lives in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he works as a marriage and family counselor, bereavement specialist, and behavioral health consultant. Steven writes Human Matters, published Sundays and Tuesdays in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Steven is a former Episcopal priest, therapist, pastoral counselor, freelance writer and published author. He does stand-up comedy, and travels nationally as a professional public speaker. His favorite hobby is songwriting and performing in the band PaperCymbal. His newest CD, Lessons From the Dead, is available on his website stevenkalas.com.
Steven is father to three sons: Jonathan, 15, Aaron, 13, and (what was he thinking?) Joseph, age 4. He is a rabid Phoenix Suns fan, a crazed Green Bay Packers fan, a Beatlemaniac, and owns DVD recordings of every known work of Monty Python’s Flying Circus.