I’m moderate-to-liberal gay man with a long background in theatre studies (BFA, University of Miami; MFA, University of Minnesota; PhD, University of Colorado), specifically in playwriting and dramatic literature.  I live in Miami, Florida, and am semi-retired.  I’m a playwright and novelist, and I look at the world with a writer’s point of view, seeing relationships between characters and the world.  I write a lot about politics, but I also include theatre, antique cars, friends, and the nature in my backyard.  I look for the humor in everything, often finding it in the little ironies in life.  Politically, I’m a Marxist… as in Groucho.

My real name is not Bobby Cramer; it’s Philip Middleton Williams.  Bobby is the main character in the novel of the same name and my first off-Broadway play, “Can’t Live Without You.”  His nickname, “Mustang Bobby,” was given to him by a friend when he got his first car: a 1966 Mustang GT convertible.  Like me, he’s an optimistic but wary guy just trying to get through life without bumping into the furniture.

If you want to know more, read the blog.  That’s the best way to really get to know me.