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About Matthew Barron
Matthew Barron spends his days mixing and analyzing human blood as a medical technologist in Indianapolis, Indiana. Matthew’s diverse fiction has appeared in magazines and anthologies such as Ill-Considered Expeditions, Roboterotica, Outposts of Beyond, Sci Phi Journal, House of Horror and more. He’s produced two of his plays and released three graphic novels: Temple of Secrets, The Brute and Harmony Unbound. His most recent book is a paranormal mystery called Buried Curses, a follow up to last year’s Waking Terror. His sword sorcery book, Valora; dystopian novella, Secular City Limits; and kids book, The Lonely Princess are also available.
For more information, visit matthewbarron.com or submatterpress.com
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