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About C. Marry Hultman
C. Marry Hultman (born 1977) is an expatriate Wisconsinite. He currently works teaching High School, yet still finds time to write all forms of genre fiction. He hosts the podcast W.A.R.G -The Guild where he talks to various indie authors about the craft of writing. You can follow him on https://wisconsinnoir.wixsite.com/wisnoir and delve into the cosmic horror of Wisconsin. He currently lives in Europe with his wife Marie, two children and the cat Fizzgig.
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