author of
The Choir Boats & The Indigo Pheasant
Daniel A. Rabuzzi studied folklore and mythology in college and graduate school, and keeps one foot firmly in the Other Realm.  

The Choir Boats: Volume One of Longing for Yount, was published in 2009, debuting at the World Fantasy Convention in Montreal that year. The Indigo Pheasant: Volume Two of Longing for Yount concluded the series in 2012.

Daniel's short fiction and poetry have appeared in Sybil's Garage, Shimmer, Lady Churchill's Rosebud Wristlet, Abyss & Apex, Goblin Fruit, Mannequin Envy, Bull Spec, Kaleidotrope, and Scheherezade's Bequest.  He has presented at Arisia, Readercon, Lunacon, and the Toronto Speculative Fiction Colloquium, and has read his work at the KGB lit series in Manhattan. He has also had twenty scholarly and professional articles published on subjects ranging from fairy tale to finance.

A former banker, Daniel earned his doctorate in 18th-century history, with a focus on family, gender and commerce in northern Europe. He is now a consultant to nonprofits in New York City where he lives with his wife and soulmate, the artist Deborah A. Mills (who illustrated and provided cover art for both Daniel's novels). 

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