Gene Breshears

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Gene Breshears has been involved in publishing and small press activities (sometimes extremely small press) since the age of 12, and made his first fiction sale at 16. He has since discovered that working as a technical writer, graphic artist, and technical illustrator pays better, yet leaves him enough time and energy to pursue his creative interests for fun.

Born in a small Oklahoma town that was inexplicably located in northwestern Colorado, he attended ten different elementary schools in four different states, two high schools in different states, then finally abandoned his family's gypsy lifestyle to finish a bachelor's degree in Mathematics in Seattle, Washington, U.S.A., where he settled because he likes the rain.

Gene lives with his husband, Michael. In his spare time he writes, composes music, rides bicycles, tries to raise roses, and is President and Editor-in-Chief of the non-profit Tai-Pan Literary & Arts Project, which produces the Tales of the Tai-Pan Universe fanzine. Gene was a staff member of Conifur Northwest. He was a Guest of Honor at Midwest Furfest in November 2005.

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