Gary Inbinder is a retired attorney who left the practice of law to write full-time. Inbinder holds a J.D. from the University of La Verne (California) where he received an American Jurisprudence Award for Legal Writing, and a B.A. in English Literature from the University of Illinois, Chicago.
Inbinder's fiction, articles and essays have appeared in Bewildering Stories,Halfway Down the Stairs, The Absent Willow Review, Morpheus Tales, Litsnack,Touchstone Magazine and other publications. Inbinder is a member of The Historical Novel Society. He is also a member of the Bewildering Stories Editorial Review Board. The Flower to the Painter (Fireship Press, 2011) is his second published novel. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and European art, music, literature, politics and philosophy of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries provided background for his first novel, Confessions of the Creature, originally published by Drollerie Press(2008), and now available in a new edition from Fireship Press.
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