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Author of The Hollow March

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Chris Galford lives in the foothills of Colorado's golden share of the Rocky Mountains. A transplant from western Michigan, he is a graduate of Michigan State University, as well as a trained journalist and photographer. Writing, in all its forms, has been his passion from a young age. In his spare time, he can usually be found wandering the mountains with a camera in one hand and a pen in the other.

The Hollow March is his first major work, based on a series of short stories he wrote in the summer of 2008, titled "The Company of the Eagles." Another short story set in the same world, “The Child's Cry,” has been published in the Oct.-Dec. 2011 edition of Lorelei Signal magazine.
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