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Mason Ian Bundschuh

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Mason Ian Bundschuh is an award-winning speculative fiction author who was raised in Hawaii, educated in England, and now resides in the burning hells of Las Vegas, NV.

His novella, PIERCING THE VEIL is available from Samhain Horror, and his short fiction has appeared in Chiral Mad 2, Innsmouth Free Press, Crossed Genres Magazine, DarkFuse, Wily Writers, Las Vegas CityLife Magazine.

He is a three-time winner of the Vegas Valley Book Festival Flash Fiction contest (2010, 2012, 2013). And earned an Honorable Mention from the Writers of the Future Contest (4th qtr 2013).

He enjoys surfing, chocolate, guitars, Old English and Norse poetry, long walks on the beach, and RPG video games.

Average rating: 3.88 · 381 ratings · 53 reviews · 9 distinct works
Piercing the Veil

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Qualia Nous

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“The oldest and strongest emotion of mankind is fear, and the oldest and strongest kind of fear is fear of the unknown”
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