Clayton Emery is an umpteen-generations Yankee, Navy brat, and aging hippie who grew up playing Robin Hood and War in the forests of New England. He's been a blacksmith, dishwasher, schoolteacher in Australia, carpenter, zookeeper, farmhand, land surveyor, volunteer firefighter, award-winning technical writer, and other things.
He's the author of a dozen fantasy adventures, including the Netheril Trilogy and Star of Cursrah for Wizards of the Coast, two TV tie-ins for Nickelodeon, and the "Robin and Marian" medieval stories and "Joseph Fisher" stories in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and Muzzleloader Magazine.
Clayton lives in Rye, New Hampshire with his doctor wife and hulking son, spends his time restoring a 1767 house and garden and a 1942 Jeep, and dashes around in a kilt reenacting the American Revolution. You can find some samples of his work at: ClaytonEmery.com.
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