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October 4, 1973 |
Youngstown, Ohio, U.S.
Brian Gage (born October 4, 1973) is an American author of satire, fairy tales, and fiction. He was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio.
- Snark, Inc. - A Corporate Fable 2001 (ISBN 1-887128-70-0) Hardcover (fiction)
- The Amazing Snox Box 2003 (ISBN 1-887128-57-3) Hardcover (fiction)
- Politically Inspired 2003 (ISBN 1-931561-58-3) Hardcover (fiction), (ISBN 1-931561-45-1) Paperback (fiction), Contribution: "The Vampires of Draconian Hill"
- The Saddest Little Robot 2004 (ISBN 1-932360-05-0) Hardcover (fiction)
- Burn, Christmas! Burn! 2004 (ISBN 1-932360-55-7) Hardcover (fiction)
- The Saddest Little Robot – Book Sense 76 Pick Winter 03/04 (Ages 9–12)
- Founding member of Youngstown Ohio musical/performance act called "Party Talk" that became Gil Mantera's Party Dream upon his departure.
- Official site of Brian Gage
- Television Interview with Brian Gage
- Interview with Brian Gage on TastesLikeChicken
- Interview with Brian Gage with Splendid Magazine
- The Boston Globe Article on The Saddest Little Robot