Archives for Fantasy

Tony Baker

Originally from Indiana, Tony Baker moved to San Francisco in the early 1980’s, where he spent the next thirty years garnering a great deal of insight into human nature – experience which created a perfect understanding of the possibilities that await should an apocalyptic event befall society. Being an avid reader of the horror genre for years, Tony developed a deep-seated desire to write, often jokingly saying, “I think I could write as well as the worst I have read.” After years of contemplating that desire, he took the first step on that journey in September of 2012 and began
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Matt Grawitch

Matt Grawitch grew up in the Midwestern U.S. as the youngest of eleven children. Reading was a way to escape the hectic pace of life. He was always drawn to fantasy novels, an interest he passed along to his two daughters.  They inspired him to transform bedtime stories into “Rise of the Dead Magic,” the first book of the Three Wizards Chronicles. In his “other” life, Matt received a Ph.D. in Psychology from Saint Louis University, and currently serves as a faculty member there. He uses the power of storytelling to motivate his students to do their part to create a
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A.M. Day

A.M. Day is an American writer, former freelance journalist and avid FOC (Freak of Coffee) living in Wisconsin with her children and their dog Simi. She grew up in the Windy City, where she first tasted the zest for writing and directing as a young girl after her sister took her in to work one day and she saw a transforming performance of A Christmas Carol at the downtown Chicago Goodman Theatre. Though her journey has been long and winding to write, no matter what was going on, writing has always come back to her full circle. A.M. Day finally
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