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About the Author

Matthew Pungitore
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Matthew Pungitore is the author of “The Tale of Marius the Avenging Imp” (DMR Books, Samhain Sorceries, 2022). He graduated with a Bachelor of Science in English from Fitchburg State University. He is the author of the short story “Wychyrst Tower,” which appeared in the 2021 winter issue of Cirsova. Matthew has written essays, reviews, articles, and more for the DMR Books blog. He has written articles that have appeared on the Aureus Press blog and the Castalia House blog. He has also interviewed Alex of Cirsova Magazine (the interview appeared on the Castalia House blog). Matthew is the author of the article “The Peacock, the Flower, and the Hermit” (IronAge Media blog). In the past, he has done volunteer work for the Hingham Historical Society. The town of Hingham in Massachusetts is where he was brought up, and he has lived there for many years. Matthew is the author of The Report of Mr. Charles Aalmers and other stories, Fiendilkfjeld Castle, and Midnight's Eternal Prisoner: Waiting For The Summer.

Matthew's story "Bloodthirst Savage" is in The Bizarchives: Issue #4 (2022). His story "Belial Regnum Ignis Fatuus" is in Aegeon Science Fiction Illustrated: Issue 4 (2022). He is the author of the article "Thoughts on Italo Calvino’s The Complete Cosmicomics: an Italian Phantasm" (Aureus Press blog). Matthew's editorial "On Film and Modernity: Present Paradox and the Identity of Art," was published in Aegeon Issue 5. Matthew Pungitore is the author of the article "Life, Art, and Transgression" (Aureus Press). Matthew Pungitore is the author of the article "Looking upon Arthur Machen’s The Great God Pan; a Review and Reverie" (Castalia House blog). Matthew Pungitore is the author of the guest post "Obsession in The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers; a Sentiment, or Review" (Castalia House blog). 

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