My name is Chris Galford.

I am a graduate of Michigan State University (Go Spartans!), and one of the many fresh, starving masses of grads with a BA in Journalism. Oh, but I’m just teasing. Most of us eat.

Over the years, my byline has popped up in a number of places. I used to work as the Photography Editor and as a reporter for Spartanedge, as well as a photographer for EJ Magazine. I have worked both as an intern and freelanced for the Lansing City Pulse, an alternative newspaper largely catering to the arts and entertainment scene. I’ve been a legal reporter for the Record papers nationwide. I also aided the tragically short-lived One Stop Poetry as a Photography Manager, helping them to win the coveted Shorty Award in the art category.

Yet I have been writing since I was little, and my greatest pleasure in life would be to spend my years as an author and a poet, creativity my only guide and only boundary.

I have written hundreds of poems over the years and dozens of short stories as well. You might have seen my short fiction in Lorelei Signal magazine, A Bleak New World anthology, or on Evil Girlfriend Media. My first novel, The Hollow March, was published in the winter of 2011. It is an adult fantasy adventure through revenge, renaissance, and revolution–a dark tale set in an evolving world, where gunpowder and magic mix beneath the bitter winter winds. It was followed by two sequels, At Faith’s End and As Feathers Fall.

I’m on Twitter and Facebook, too! Care to follow?

And if you’ve any questions, comments or concerns, feel free to e-mail me at: shadowedwolfe (at) gmail (dot) com.


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