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Jason D. Brawn

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Jason D. Brawn is the author of horror novelettes Stranded and Refuge, as well as having short stories, poems and film reviews published in anthologies, magazines and ezines. He holds a degree in Film and Media from Birkbeck College, University of London and has appeared in the Hammer Horror webserial, Beyond the Rave.

He resides in London and enjoys cinema, theatre, listening to obscure music, art, travelling and reading for inspiration.

To help promote the latest Bestiarum Vocabulum volume, edited by DeanM. Drinkel, fellow contributor Nerine Dorman has kindly invited me as a guest on her weekly BlogSpot where I talk about my story and animals.

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Poems from the Dark Side
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OBE: Out of Body Experience
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Gothic Poems and Fiction
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Tribute to the Stars
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Jason Brawn Thanks.

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Fran Friel Hey, Jason;

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