Ted Wenskus

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Ted Wenskus is a freelance writer and lives in Rochester, NY. His work has appeared in a number of anthologies including Rom Zom Com, Strangely Funny, Zombie Zoology, and the alternate-history collection Rochester Rewritten. His first novel, The Mostly Weird Chronicles of Steffan McFessel, co-authored with Marcos Donnelly, was released in 2011. Ted has also written numerous short plays which have been produced in England, Australia, Dubai, the Philippines, and throughout New York. He is currently working on a variety of fiction and theater projects (as always).

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