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About Simon J. Plant
Simon J. Plant is an Aussie expat writer and ballet dancer who lives in New York City with his husband and cat. When he's not performing he's either writing something or procrastinating about writing something while he overwaters houseplants or drinks gin. He gleans inspiration from such legends of the horror genre as Stephen King, Shirley Jackson, Ira Levin, Ray Bradbury, Ray Russell, Richard Matheson, Joyce Carrol Oates, and Neil Gaiman, to name a few. He was born in Sydney, Australia in 1993 before carving out a niche for himself in the world as a professional ballet dancer. Now he hopes to publish a novel—or many. His short stories have appeared in anthologies by Red Cape Publishing, Raven and Drake Publishing, Black Hare Press, and others.
You can visit his website to learn more: https://www.simonjplant.com
Or find him on Instagram: @mrplantofficial
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