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Ty Drago is a computer programmer, husband, father,
and born Quaker living in New Jersey. The author of two
published works (as well as a good many so far unpublished
ones), his first novel, an historical mystery entitled THE
FRANKLIN AFFAIR was published by Regency Press. His
second novel, an SF mystery called PHOBOS, was released by
Tor in 2004 to considerable acclaim. Publisher’s Weekly labeled it “… a strong candidate for SF
debut of the year”; Booklist described it as “extremely well-written”; and Library Journal called
it “a good choice for readers of sf adventure and intrigue.” For the last eight years, Ty Drago has
also served as the editor/publisher of ALLEGORY (www.allegoryezine.com), an online
magazine of SF, fantasy and horror that publishes works from around the world.
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