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Officers and Members of the Board
Reader, writer, editor, publisher, and general promoter of the heroic. Grandfather, husband, father, and Texas rancher too. I believe in heroes, and in the reading and sharing of heroes, so that's why putting heroes into heroics for all readers is important to me. My reading delights run from David Gemmell, Robert E. Howard, and Steven Erikson to Max Brand, Louis L'Amour, and John Benteen to Barry Sadler, Alistair MacLean, and Robert Ludlum to Alexandre Dumas, Nathaniel Hawthorne and Percy Bysshe Shelley. As for my own writing, lots of stacks of paper exist, but Direk, Lord of Vengeance is my S&S-style character, and Victory: Thoughts and Poetry of Battle is a collaboration showcasing some of my poetry.
Executive Director / President
Director At-Large / Vice President
Secretary / Treasurer
Originally from Kentucky, Ty Johnston is a former newspaper editor who now lives in North Carolina while penning tales of epic fantasy, horror and other literature. Ty lists Steven Erikson, Alexandre Dumas père, and Fred Saberhagen among the authors he most enjoys. When not writing or reading, he enjoys hiking, longswording, beer, tabletop role-playing games, target shooting, and his girlfriend. Not always in that order. He is the author of several fantasy series, including The Kobalos Trilogy, The Sword of Bayne Trilogy, and The Walking Gods Trilogy.