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Byron Craft
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    (March 29, 1947- )
    Born in Wyandotte, Michigan
    American author
    AKA David Hurd
    Specializes in horror stories set in the Cthulhu Mythos of H.P. Lovecraft
    Author of The Alchemist Notebook Project novel series and The Arkham Detecive series of stories
    Books published include Cthulhu's Minions, The Innsmouth Look, The Devil Came to Arkham, The Cry of Cthulhu, Shoggoth, and The Alchemist's Notebook
    His novel 'The Cry of Cthulhu' started out as an unsuccessful screenplay. When meeting with Dino De Laurentis about producing it, De Laurentiis got so mad he started a screaming fit. Not surprisingly, the movie never happened.
    Although he earned enough hours to graduate from college with an associate's degree or at least a certificate he never filed for graduation.
    As of 2017, his fiction work has been limited to Lovecraftian horror.
    As of 2017, he still hasn't published that breakthrough hit.
    His work has been a fantastically imaginative take on the works of HP Lovecraft, especially his famous Cthulhu Mythos.
    An article of his appeared in the famous 1979 issue of Heavy Metal Magazine that was dedicated to the works of HP Lovecraft.
    Most unlike Lovecraft, he writes women well.
    His novels are usually well illustrated, especially The Alchemist's Notebook by Tom Sullivan.
    A veteran magazine writer he has written over one hundred articles for Strip Las Vegas magazine alone!
    He keeps his private life private.
    After discovering Lovecraft in college, he read all of his works including a collection of his letters in a six month period.
    He's a great dresser with really nice hair.
    He's a great interview.

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