Brad C. Hodson began his creative career doing stand-up and improv comedy with Einstein Simplified before founding the award winning sketch comedy group “Happy Nowhere.” After moving from Knoxville, TV to Southern California, Hodson focused on writing, working as a script doctor and screenwriter. His non-fiction has been published in magazines nationwide and his piece on school shootings, “Slaying Dragons: The Positive Effects of Violent Media On Children,” was a runner up for the Kornbluh Award. His short stories can be read in compilations alongside folks like George RR Martin, Chuck Palahniuk, Neil Gaiman, and many more of his literary heroes. The story “Things Unsaid” received the Roselle Lewis Award for Superior Achievement in Short Fiction in 2009. His first novel, Darling, is available through Bad Moon Books. When not writing, Hodson is the Administrator for the Horror Writers Association and coordinates digital media work between Los Angeles and India for Technicolor. He enjoys traveling, lifting heavy things made of iron, and writing about himself in third person. For more information on where to find his material, please check out www.brad-hodson.com.