Forrest Aguirre

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Forrest Aguirre (born July 29, 1969[1]) is an American fantasy and horror author, and winner of the 2003 World Fantasy Award[2] for his editing work on Leviathan 3, for which he was also a Philip K. Dick Award nominee. He recently edited the anthology Text:UR – The New Book of Masks. His own fiction has been published in a number of genre periodicals and in the collection Fugue XXIX, and his first novel Swans Over the Moon is coming soon from Wheatland Press.[3] He often writes about Africa, and is deeply interested in the continent.[4]


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