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Kevin Andrew Murphy

Kevin Andrew Murphy writes: "The story of my life has always been about stories. I learned to tell stories before I learned how to read, then continued on telling other stories on my own to my friends and classmates. I was the storyteller of the playground, and learned a great bit as I did about the bardic tradition.

"I decided I was going to be a writer, and that's all there was to it. At seventeen, I decided to write a novel, and completed a trilogy just before my twentieth birthday. I went in to college and got an independent study first thing, completing my senior thesis for the Creative Writing program while I was a freshman, and before I was formally accepted, since you couldn't apply until you were junior.

"The real world outside of college didn't agree with me much, so I applied to Masters in Professional Writing Program at USC, where I went and continued my writing. If you want to check out my work, I have stories in Wild Cards: Card Sharks edited by George R.R. Martin; Splatterpunks II and The King is Dead: Tales of Elvis Post Mortem, edited by Paul M. Sammon; Weird Tales from Shakespeare, Enchanted Forests; The Shimmering Door, edited by Katharine Kerr and Martin H. Greenberg; I, Vampire edited by Jean Stine and Forest J. Ackerman. I've had stories in Worlds of Fantasy & Horror and Permission. My first novel, House of Secrets, with coauthor James A. Moore, is available from White Wolf."