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Richard E. Gropp lives on a mountain outside of Seattle with his partner of fifteen years. It is a small mountain. He studied literature and psychology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and has worked as a bookstore clerk, a forklift driver, and an accountant. He has a hard time spelling the word broccoli, and in his spare time he dabbles in photography and cooking.
WINNER OF DEL REY'S SUVUDU WRITING CONTEST A Library Journal Best SF/F Book of 2012 A Locus Magazine 2012 Recommended Reading List selection. "A chilling, surreal, terrifying, beautiful book . . . an impressive and promising debut."--Caitlï¿½n R. Kiernan, author of The Drowning Girl "One of the most exciting and accomplished debuts I've read in years, Bad Glass welds the eerie, atmospheric horror of Mark Danielewski's House of Leaves to the transgressive apocalyptic vibe of Samuel R. Delany's classic Dhalgren."--Paul Witcover, author of Waking Beauty "(A) promising debut ... with well-drawn psychological portraits of realistically flawed people." -Publishers Weekly, notable book "The terror of this dark fantasy lies in Gropp's grotesque creatures, who are grounded in reality...Bad Glass is a disturbing yet immensely entertaining story." --Romance Times (4 1/2 Star review) "Well-drawn and utterly believable characters...Anyone who enjoys thoughtful fantasies will find much to celebrate here." --Library Journal (starred review)