Bio: I've always loved writing, even as a child. I wrote tons of short stories in middle and high school, and even when I entered the work force, I still did my own writing, but only for myself. I thought I'd hit it big when I had a short story published in the May 1994 issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine ("The Story That Won"), and I figured that was my five minutes of fame so to speak. All along I had been reading comics, from DC to Marvel to indy books, and always dreamed of being a comic writer but never seriously thinking I would, or even could, do it.
In recent years, I've made several good friends with some comic creators, and it was through those friends that I managed to see not one, not two, but THREE comic stories that I have written actually see print! I have two short horror stories coming up in Trailer Park of Terror, issues 7 (titled "Writer's Block") and 8 (titled "Hunger Pains"), published by Imperium Comics, and I have another story coming up in Rich Bernatovech's Sentinels Anthology special coming out in February 2008 from Drumfish productions.
I'm still amazed at seeing my words in pictures, and I wonder what will be next?!?!
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