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BiophotoSTANT LITORE

Professional Bio: Stant Litore is the author of Ansible, The Running of the Tyrannosaurs, The Zombie Bible, and Dante’s Heart. Besides science fiction and fantasy, he has written the writers’ toolkits Write Worlds Your Readers Won’t Forget and Write Characters Your Readers Won’t Forget, and has been featured in Jeff Vandermeer’s Wonderbook: An Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction. He has served as a developmental editor for Westmarch Publishing. He lives in Aurora, Colorado with his wife and three children and is currently at work on his next novel.

Flavor bio: Stant Litore writes about zombies, aliens, and tyrannosaurs. He does not currently own a starship or a time machine but would rather like to. He lives in Aurora, Colorado with his wife and three children and hides from visitors in the basement library beneath a heap of toy dinosaurs, tattered novels, comic books, incomprehensibly scribbled drafts, and antique tomes. He is working on his next novel, or several. You can read some of his current fiction by looking up Ansible, The Running of the Tyrannosaurs, The Zombie Bible, or Dante’s Heart. However, doing so may have unpredictable effects, and Stant offers no assurances that you will emerge from any of these stories unscathed. Best leave all non-essentials behind, take with you only what you need to survive, and venture into the books cautiously and ready to call for backup. Enjoy, and good luck.

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www.facebook.com/stant.litore  |  @thezombiebible  |  zombiebible@gmail.com

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  1. Well, if it’s any consolation, I’ve been havnig a hard time keeping up too, and my excuses can’t hold a candle to yours! I’ve fallen into two competing vortexes recently: the totally blissed out I love my new bike soooo much that all I want to do is ride vortex which has been counter balanced by the utterly depressed I hate living in a swing state in the post Citizens United era soooo much that I kinda want to open a vein vortex. Fortunately for all of us, the impending winter ought to nullify both of these issues fairly shortly!

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