I'm Evan, I had just gotten my first work published and come November I hope to have a couple other things published as well.

Right now I am also working on grinding out a novel set in my original world, while also writing out short stories for various anthologies, all set within the same world though at different points in the timeline, the first novel being somewhat inspired by my own life, as as a way to translate  my feelings of the past few years, like some sort of timey whimy journal. I love my world and I plan on making it better and better by the day. It's a mixture of dieslepunk, pirate, fantasy, western, samurai, retrofuturism and steampunk and I hope to tie it all together beautifully. I've mostly written fanfiction, the only original stories are mostly cyberpunk and steampunk in nature.

Anyways, thought I'd introduce myself. I live in Suffield, CT, and am making my way through school to get an English major.

http://thefreehold.us/?p=1223 My first story can be found in this lil book. You can buy it if ya wanna, I don't mind. Have a good day and I am glad I had discovered this wonderful site!

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