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About Gordon B. White
Gordon B. White is a 2017 graduate of the Clarion West Writing Workshop, and the author of the horror/weird fiction collection "As Summer's Mask Slips and Other Disruptions" (Trepidatio Publishing 2020). His stories have appeared or are forthcoming in dozens of venues, including The Best Horror of the Year Vol. 12 and the Bram Stoker Award® winning anthology Borderlands 6. Gordon also contributes reviews and interviews to outlets including Nightmare, Lightspeed, Hellnotes, and The Outer Dark podcast. You can find him online at www.gordonbwhite.com or on Twitter at @GordonBWhite.
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