Category:Kathlaine C Gill and D Clark Gill

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Kathlaine C. Gill is a pseudonym for an academic writer of war studies. She has long taken comfort in such stories as Lewis Carrol’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. They reinforce her belief that the greatest truth is often found in the absurd. Her first book, Night of Upside Down, was published in 2017.

D. Clark Gill is a die-hard science-fiction and mystery enthusiast whose recent book So Special in Dayville was characterized by Kirkus Reviews as “Bizarre and sometimes gloomy but [in which] a charming drollness prevails.” Shanghaied by a family member to co-write Madness Between Light and Dark, Gill has enjoyed infusing a new genre with lessons learned from past and current heroes such as G. K. Chesterton, Isaac Asimov, and Celia Fremlin—along with current favorites including Sean McMullen and Joan Lindsay (a past writer happily rediscovered).

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