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Memorial

We have recently learned of the death of Joseph McGee on Thanksgiving Day 2008.  Aside from being a talented author, Joe was a very classy guy, a real gentleman and a pleasure to work with.  He always had encouraging words for our young company and he will be greatly missed.  Our condolences go out to his family.

Joseph McGee was born on July 7th, 1985 in Worcester, Massachusetts, where he currently resides in a subtle three-bedroom apartment, shared only by himself and
his four cats.

Freshman year of high school, Joe started to write short stories for his English class, and what was supposed to me a ten-page media tie-in short story, turned out to be thirty-seven pages long, and was based off of, at the time, Resident Evil: Survivor.

After scoring high marks, he believed the best thing to do was to pursue a world of vivid imagination, which later became dedication, though some see it as an obsession.

And most people would agree that his decision proved to be a wise one.

After scoring high marks, he believed the best thing to do was to pursue a world of vivid imagination, which later became
dedication, though some see it as an obsession. And most people would agree that his decision proved to be a wise one.

An original short-fiction for his English class assignment also received high marks, and years letter was turned into a novella,
Pictures/Photos, which was released on limited edition CD-Rom in October 2002 and now will be a forthcoming release in a limited edition soft cover, and is also now in a scriptwriting phase for a motion picture option.

At age 22, he now has a five-year career in the literature field, writing short stories, novellas, novels and being an editor of a winter-themed horror anthology by Magus Press (forthcoming). His first novel, In the Wake of the Night was released in trade paperback in October 2006.

His lengthy resume gained him membership with the Horror Writers Association: New England, which he is a proud member of.

 

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