About Sam

Sam Starbuck is a blogger and novelist living in Printer’s Row in Chicago, where by day he is an analyst in the not-for-profit world. His literary credits include the novels Nameless, Charitable Getting, and Trace; the poetry anthology By The Days; two art books, The Secret Of Chicago and Dr. King’s Lucky Book; and a non-fiction college guide, Other People Can Smell You. You can also find him at his Dreamwidth blog, on Tumblr, and on twitter at ouija_sam.

What’s Sam Up To?
It’s been a while! In 2019 Sam is hoping to finish old work and start some new.

Currently Writing: The Church, a dust bowl gothic fantasia set in rural Texas in the 1930s
Currently in Draft: Don’t Read The Comments, about online discourse and punching Nazis
Newly Released: The Dead Isle and By The Days
Published: Nameless; Charitable Getting; Trace; The City War; Dr. King’s Lucky Book; The Secret Of Chicago; Other People Can Smell You.

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