After retiring from IBM, Jeb Stewart Harrison threw himself into his creative endeavors.
Photo: Katherine HarrisonCoffee’s not the only thing brewing Saturday mornings at San Anselmo’s Marin Coffee Roasters. For more than 20 years, Marin native and musician Jeb Stewart Harrison along with the other members of the Treble Makers have entertained the early morning crowds with their twangy tunes. Music has remained a steadfast part of Harrison’s life since he took guitar lessons as a 10-year-old growing up in Kentfield.
A lot has changed for the 64-year-old Larkspur resident in just a few years. By the time he turned 60, he’d retired from his 15-year communications career at IBM, wrote his first book, “Hack” — much of which takes place in San Anselmo — in 2012, and got a master of fine arts in creative writing at Pacific Lutheran University in Washington. Since focusing his attention on fiction writing, he’s written two more books and founded independent publisher Baby Bingus Books & Beats.
Source: Marin Independent Journal