E. Robert Dunn is an American author born in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Born Eston Robert Dunn. As a teen, he began writing spec writer for the British television series Space 1999, and also Battlestar Galactica, and Buck Rodgers in the 25th Century. In 1997, Mr. Dunn founded ArtsUnited, Inc., a non-profit organization supporting local artists and artistic endeavors based in Ft. Lauderdale. In 2009 Dunn founded a second charity, WOW Charities supporting local visual artists, performance artists, and theatrical works
As a Clinical Exercise Physiologist for Broward General Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, E. Robert Dunn worked as a Health Educator with the Broward Country Department of Health [specializing in HIV/AIDS Education] before joining the faculty of Florida College of Natural Health (now Cortiva Institute) as a massage therapy instructor in 2001. Dunn has also been an educator of western human science courses at the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine [ATOM] in Fort Lauderdale, FL. His best-known work is the series Echelon’s End. It explores the achievement of a future Utopian society and its collapse from internal and external forces. The series also explores human sexuality and human rights in the development of its characters.
As a playwright, E. Robert has penned numerous plays. With his play LipSync, being produced in the 2002 Spotlight Theater Festival in NYC and 2007 at the Finge of the Fringe Festival in Toronto, Canada.