About C.J. Box

C. J. Box is the New York Times bestselling author of eighteen novels including the Joe Pickett series. He won the Edgar Alan Poe Award for Best Novel (Blue Heaven, 2009) as well as the Anthony Award, Prix Calibre 38 (France), the Macavity Award, the Gumshoe Award, the Barry Award, and the 2010 Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association Award for fiction. The novels have been translated into 27 languages. Open Season, Blue HeavenNowhere To Run, and The Highway have been optioned for film and television. Over three million copies of his novels have been sold in the U.S. alone.

The most recent novel, Endangered,  debuted at #2 on the New York Times Bestseller List in March.  Badlands will be published in late July, 2015.

Box is a Wyoming native and has worked as a ranch hand, surveyor, fishing guide, a small town newspaper reporter and editor, and he owned an international tourism marketing firm with his wife Laurie. In 2008, Box was awarded the "BIG WYO" Award from the state tourism industry. An avid outdoorsman, Box has hunted, fished, hiked, ridden, and skied throughout Wyoming and the Mountain West. He served on the Board of Directors for the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo. They have three daughters. He lives in Wyoming.

The Joe Pickett Novels: Open Season (2001), Savage Run (2002), Winterkill (2003), Trophy Hunt (2004), Out of Range (2005), In Plain Sight (2006), Free Fire (2007), Blood Trail (2008), Below Zero (2009), Nowhere to Run (2010), Cold Wind (2011), Force of Nature (2012), Breaking Point (2013), Stone Cold (2014), Endangered (2015), Off The Grid (2016).

The Stand Alone Novels: Blue Heaven (2008), Three Weeks to Say Goodbye (2009), Back of Beyond (2011), The Highway (2013), Badlands (2015).

Short Stories: Shots Fired: Stories From Joe Pickett Country (2014).

To contact C.J. Box: Ann Rittenberg, Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, 212/684-6936, ann@rittlit.com

The Joe Pickett Novels: Katie Grinch, Penguin/Putnam, 212/366-2547, kgrinch@penguinrandomhouse.com

The Stand-Alone Novels: Hector DeJean, St. Martins Press, 646-307-5560, hector.dejean@stmartins.com

To Request an Appearance: Macmillan Speakers Bureau, 646-307-5567,  speakers@macmillan.com