Devin worked as a lawyer in a wide variety of areas, including representing Native American tribes, corporations, non-profits, government agencies, and families in California, Alaska, Arizona, and Colorado. He then served as a state district court judge in Fort Collins for nine years, handling all types of cases.
In retirement, he keeps busy with writing, sailing, skiing, running, biking, piano, and volunteering. He lives with his wife and son in an old house in Fort Collins. Devin also serves on the Off the Hook Arts Board of Directors.
Devin’s short story “Sun Flower Slow Drag”, written during quarantine, was the inspiration for the Arts’ Alcove.
Devin has generously decided to donate 100% of contributions to Off the Hook Arts.
“Sun Flower Slow Drag”