About Atthys Gage

Atthys Gage is a writer and musician with a lifelong love for myth, magic, and books. His second real job was in a bookstore. As was his third, fourth, fifth and sixth. Eventually, he stoppPortraited trying to sell books and started writing them. After studying classics at Haverford College, he developed an interest in the ways that ancient stories influence modern story-telling, and has always had a fascination for that cloudy borderline between the normal and the paranormal. He lives on the coast of Northern California with his long-suffering wife, strong-willed children, and several indifferent chickens.

 

4 thoughts on “About Atthys Gage

  1. Hi Atthys,

    I saw “Why YA?: (And What Is It, Anyway?)” at Discount Book Man and I was wondering if it’s available in libraries?

    If not, did you know that you could make it available via LibraryBub?

    We connect authors with 10,000 libraries and we’re currently running a giveaway where you can win a free feature in our weekly newsletter.

    Go here to sign up http://alinkarutkowska.com/giveaways/lb_jan_2017/ and we’ll do the rest 🙂

    Have a great day of writing and promoting!

    Kristine

    1. I appreciate the offer, Kristine, although “YA, What is it anyway?” is only a short little eBook. It didn’t seem worth making a paperback version, since my plan was always to give it away for free.
      I haven’t heard of LibraryBub yet. I’ll look into it.
      Thanks for commenting.

  2. Hi – I’ve just discovered your details. I thought you might be interested in my work. I have had quite a lot of my speculative prose and verse published online in ‘International Times’ and ‘Antarctica Journal’. I am shortly to have a collection published by Palewell Press. I see you are a connoisseur of the Blues. I have many numbers on YouTube, including my own songs and quite a lot of blues covers, including Sleepy John Estes’s ‘Married Woman Blues’, and John Lee Hooker’s ‘Groundhog’.

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