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I am the editor in chief of Black Oak Press, Illinois and Director of Black Oak Media. I am also an obsessive self-publishing writer with a cornucopia of books under my belt, including: Tales of the Supernatural, The River of Rain, Tales of Coles County Illinois, Autumn and Winter: Seasons of Gray, New Ideas, The Distance of Sorrow, Social Enimas, Michael Kleen's Obscure Stories, and Six Tales of Terror
Michael Kleen was born in Chicago in 1981 and lived in a small apartment in the northern Chicago neighborhood of Edison Park for the first five years of his life, afterwards moving with his family to the northwestern suburb of Des Plaines where he would live until the winter of 2000/2001. During his adolescent and teenage years, his father instilled in him an appreciation for getting up at 5am and shoveling snow, even during blizzards.
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