Risignshadow has the honour of publishing a guest post by Michael Pogach.
Michael Pogach grew up outside of Philadelphia where he began writing stories in grade school. He doesn't remember these early masterpieces, but his parents tell him everyone in them died.
A graduate of Penn State and Arcadia University, Michael is a popular English professor at Northampton Community College where he teaches various literature and writing courses. He is also the founder and faculty advisor for NCC's literary magazine The Laconic.
Michael returned to his authorial roots in the mid-2000's, and has published stories in journals such as New Plains Review, Third Wednesday, and Workers Write. He is also the proud author of Zero to Sixty, his first chapbook. The Spider in the Laurel is his debut novel.
The Spider in the Laurel will be published by Ragnarok Publications on September 21st, 2015. (Click here to see the description of the novel at the end of the guest post.)
Click here to visit the author's official website.
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