“Easy Off” by Sean Craven

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About the Author
A manual labourer since age thirteen, in Sean Craven's late thirties a back injury took him out of the work force. Since then he’s developed a small but sturdy reputation as a multi-talented creator working at the intersection of fine arts, entertainment, and the sciences, appearing in venues such as the BBC, tor.com, the University of Bristol's Dinosaur Database, Scientific American's Symbiartic blog, and has performed at Lip Service West, the San Francisco LitQuake, and Margaret Cho's BeRobin. He co-edits, designs, and illustrates Swill magazine and has had a solo gallery show at Aunt Dofe's Hall of Recent Memory in Montana. He lives, works, and complains in Berkeley, California.
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