Daniel Perry is the author of Nobody Looks That Young Here, a short fiction collection forthcoming from Guernica Editions which includes Deathmatch 2011 entry “The Expiry Dates.” His stories have since been short-listed for the Carter V. Cooper Prize and appeared in more than 30 publications including The Dalhousie Review, Exile, Riddle Fence, Black Heart Magazine (U.S.), Maple Tree Literary Supplement, Little Fiction, The Prague Revue (Czech Rep.), and the Stone Skin Press anthology The Lion and the Aardvark (U.K.). He lives in Toronto, and on Twitter @danielperrysays.
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