Chris Mahon is a writer and fantasy author living in Brooklyn, New York. He's spoken about sci-fi, fantasy, and more at New York Comic-Con, Columbia University, and the Glasgow International Fantasy Convention. You can contact him on Twitter @DeadmanMu or at christophmahon [at] gmail [dot] com.
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