James C. McCullagh is a writer, editor, poet, and media specialist.

He has worked in international publishing for thirty years, launching magazines, web and related digital businesses in Brazil, China, India, the UK, South Korea, Romania, Mexico and elsewhere, for Rodale, Hachette, Scientific American, the Magazine Media Association and Qualcomm. He was the founding editor of Bicycling Magazine, launch publisher for the first international edition of Men’s Health in the UK, and responsible for one of the first digital magazine subscription efforts in Brazil.

McCullagh has published three novels, The Sirens of Vulture Creek, Limey Down and USS Bunker Kills: A Sea Story, and four books of poetry: That Kingdom Coming Business, Set Pieces of the Feminine, In the Shadow of the DMZ, and The Archetype of the Gun.
He has also written and edited more than a dozen books with Rodale, Dell, Warner Books and Amazon on subjects ranging from solar greenhouses to appropriate technology to cycling for fitness.
In the Shadow of the DMZ significantly expands and deepens themes touched on in an earlier book, That Kingdom Coming Business, which grew out of his Vietnam War experience.

He was born in London, served in the U.S. Navy, and received a PhD from Lehigh University.

He lives in New York and blogs at Magtech.org and https://medium.com/@chuckmccullagh.

Latest book website: Chanting the Feminine Down