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Parker T. Geissel has been writing for years with enthusiastic but intermittent success. His early victory in a fourth grade writing contest fired his fervent determination to become a writer. After a string of successes including a surprise hit for the high school literary magazine, he achieved a career defining triumph with his work on the newsletter of the office donut club. His literary inclinations are most likely the result of an excess of comic books at a formative age, which naturally lead to an interest in classic literature, pretentious post-modern novels, and eventually settled down into a fine appreciation for a good story in any form.

To supplement his literary endeavors, Parker worked the line in some of the seediest bars and slop shops in America, from the east coast to the west coast, the gulf coast to the gold coast.

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