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About meDaniel G. Keohane's first novel, Solomon's Grave (2009), was a finalist for the international Bram Stoker Award. Since then he has released Margaret's Ark (2011) and most recently Destroyer of Worlds (2012). His short stories have been published in a number of major horror magazines and anthologies over the years, including Cemetery Dance, Apex Digest, Shroud Magazine, Fantastic Stories and many others, and have received multiple Honorable Mentions in the annual Year's Best Fantasy and Horror / Best Horror of the Year.

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Member sinceMar 14, 2012

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