Blake Johnson wrote his first novel at the age of seventeen, and he hasn’t stopped writing since. Born in the fall of ’93, Blake grew up in Bangor, Maine where he cultivated his love of story and a distaste for drawn out winters. He has written six novel length manuscripts, three novellas, and a slew of short stories. His short fiction has appeared in various literary magazines and journals, including Bridge Eight, Brilliant Flash Fiction, and Deracine. His noir-toned novella Prodigal: An American Parable will be released soon from Trouble Department, and his urban fantasy novel God-Box is forthcoming from Literary Wanderlust (Date TBA).
He currently lives in Florida, where he is doggedly pursuing his career as a fiction writer. You can often find him hanging out in the Twitterverse under the handle @bjohnsonauthor.