Pulp Factory Award winner and Ellis and multiple Pulp Ark and Pulp Factory Awards nominee Andrew Salmon lives and writes in Vancouver, BC. His work has appeared in numerous magazines, including Pro Se Presents, Masked Gun Mystery, Storyteller, Parsec, TBT and Thirteen Stories. He also writes reviews for The Comicshopper and is creating a superhero serial novel currently running in A Thousand Faces Magazine.
He has published or appeared in seventeen books: The Forty Club (which Midwest Book Reviews calls "a good solid little tale you will definitely carry with you for the rest of your life"), The Dark Land, the first of a series ("a straight out science-fiction thriller that fires on all cylinders" - Pulp Fiction Reviews), The Light Of Men, his first work for Airship 27/Cornerstone, which has been called "a book of such immense significance that it is not only meant to be read, but also to be experienced... a work of grim power" - C. Saunders. Secret Agent X: Volume One and Three, Ghost Squad: Rise of the Black Legion (with Ron Fortier), Jim Anthony Super Detective Volume One and Sherlock Holmes Volumes One, Two, Three and Four, Black Bat Mystery Volume One, Mars McCoy Space Ranger Volume One, Mystery Men (&Women) Volume Two, Moon Man Vol. One and The Ruby Files Vol. One and the New Adventures Of Thunder Jim Wade constitute his pulp fiction work to date.
To learn more about his work check out the Airship27 Hangar at: (http:www.airship27hangar.com) and the following links: www.lulu.com/AndrewSalmon and www.lulu.com/thousand-faces.