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Justin Teerlinck pens odd and beguiling books like The Small Bunnypillar that combine humor, imagination (and sometimes strange critters). He has a keen eye for the surreal and magical in ordinary situations. A lifelong anglophile, he loves 19th century Brit lit, doomed polar expeditions, last stands, and incompetence in the face of chaos. If you don't find him hiking out of the desert after his truck broke down you may find him studying mushrooms in the fern-bedecked wilds of the Pacific Northwest.

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