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Jonathan "Jon" Robert Konrath (b. January 20, 1971, Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota) lived in Bloomington from 1989 through 1995. He went to Indiana University during the 1989-1990 school year, and from 1991-1995, except for 1990-91, when he attended IUSB. He wrote a book about experiences in Bloomington called Summer Rain. He also created a print and website glossary called The NecroKonicon. It is full of information about his personal life including a lot of entries for things in Bloomington and Indiana. The NecroKonicon is actually one of the influences behind the creation of Bloomingpedia.
While in Bloomington, he edited a Death Metal zine called Xenocide that he started when DJing at WQAX. One of the contributing writers who mailed him record reviews was Adam Gadahn, who later became an Al-Qaeda member and is now on the FBI's ten most wanted list.
He lived in the following places in Bloomington:
- Collins-Edmundson 208 (1989-1990)
- 414-416 South Mitchell (1991-1993)
- Colonial Crest #144 (1993-1994)
- 1005 W. 6th with Steve Simms and Matt Liggett (1994-1995)
- Summer Rain (2000)
- Rumored to Exist (2002)
- Tell Me a Story About the Devil (2003)
- The Annotated Rumored to Exist (2004)
- Dealer Wins (2004)
- The NecroKonicon (2006)
- Fistful of Pizza (2011)
- The Earworm Inception (2012)
- Sleep Has No Master (2012)
- Thunderbird (2013)
- Atmospheres (2014)
- The Memory Hunter (2014)
- He (2015)
- Vol. 13 (2016)
- Help Me Find My Car Keys And We Can Drive Out! (2017)