Prior to The Apes of Wrath, award-wining editor Richard “Rick” Klaw co-founded the pioneering Mojo Press, one of the first publishers to produce both graphic novels and prose books. Since leaving Mojo, he became the initial fiction editor for RevolutionSF, where he still serves as an editor-at-large, and emerged as “the smartest mouth on the Internet” (Michael Moorcock) with his popular columns on pop culture for SF Site and his acclaimed blog The Geek Curmudgeon. Over the past decade, Klaw has written for a variety of publications including The Austin Chronicle, The San Antonio Current, Moving Pictures Magazine, The San Antonio Business Journal, Geek Dad, The Greenwood Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy, Tor.com, The Steampunk Bible, Steampunk, King Kong Is Back!, Conversations With Texas Writers, and Cross Plains Universe. His essays and observations were collected in Geek Confidential: Echoes from the 21st Century. Klaw lives in Austin, Texas with his wife, a large cat, an even bigger dog, and enormous collection of books. His shrine of assorted ape knickknacks is the stuff of legend.
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