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Erin Butler

Locksmith, tinker, woods-walker, motorcyclist, and theatre enthusiast.  I enjoy puzzles, human and otherwise.  Ask "why?" with the enthusiasm of any two year old until they order you to stop; then poke it with a stick.
Erin is the author of
The short lives and deaths of a compound-raised clone grown for organ harvesting as the world outside changes.
A talking dog.  Murder.  Psychics. Lawn care.  You know, the usual.
Interviews with Oliver Bogosian, who has been claiming to be 88 years old since at least 1958.
Drunk college students try summoning a demon to do their homework and end up with a minor Roman deity.  Oops.
An amiable, not-terribly bright atheist goes through Dante’s Inferno.
Books Erin Recommends
Not often I can suggest a book about my favourite disease - so few people want to hear that - but here it is! Biological warfare turned sideways.
A common parasite. A desperate man. Combine the two and you have the perfect soldier for the Army of the Man. Eric Lawson wants to change the world. He had no idea how much he would be changed in his quest to do so.
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