Mark Finn

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(1969 --)

Mark Finn is the pseudonym of Mark Farr-Nash, a SF and fantasy writer, essayist, and playwright.

A collection of his stories, Gods New and Used, was published under his Mark Finn pen name in 2001.

In 2007 he was nominated for World Fantasy Special Award: Professional.

He has been active in Robert E. Howard studies since 2002 and is now considered to be a scholar in the field. His biography of Howard, Blood & Thunder: The Life & Art of Robert E. Howard (Monkeybrain, Inc.), was released in November 2006 at the World Fantasy Convention and was a finalist for the 2007 Locus Awards for Best Non-Fiction.

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