Chris L. Terry’s debut novel Zero Fade (Curbside Splendor) was on Best of 2013 lists by the American Library Association, Slate.com and Kirkus Reviews. He lives in Los Angeles, and is working on a novel about a mixed-race punk bassist with a black imaginary friend.
“I’ve been a high school English teacher for ten years, and I think being surrounded by kids all day has helped me to remember what it’s like to be young. I certainly wouldn’t want to go back to those years, but I still think it’s such a cool age. When you’re fifteen, everything is new and fresh; so much life happens.”
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