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Cinema Purgatorio #4, P1,p2 – art by Kevin O’Neill

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PRIMARY CO-AUTHORS:

Alexx Kay is a professional game designer. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts. He is a lifelong reader, a storyteller since 1981, and a pseudo-historian since 1992. Alexx is a contributor to Alan Moore H.P. Lovecraft annotations at Facts in the Case of Alan Moore’s Providence. as well as annotating Moore’s novels Voice of the Fire and Jerusalem.

Follow Alexx on Livejournal and support him via Patreon.

Joe Linton is a writer, activist, and artist. He lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and daughter. He is the author of the book Down by the Los Angeles River. His writing can be found at Streetsblog L.A., L.A. Creek Freak, and The Periodic Fable which includes his writing on comics. Linton has fun annotating various Alan Moore works, including: Crossed +100God Is Dead, In Pictopia!Lost Girls, Providence, Splash Brannigan, Unearthing, and more.

Follow Joe on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or email him at linton.joe [at] gmail.com.

THANKS ALSO TO SUPPORTING CONTRIBUTORS:

Ross Byrne is a writer and artist with a longstanding interest in comics, film, and the horror genre. He lives in South Dublin, Ireland. He contributed to the online annotations for several Alan Moore comics, including The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and Providence. Follow Ross on Twitter or email at rossbyrne [at] campus.ie

Ryan Carey is a freelance movie and comic critic/armchair scholar from Minneapolis, Minnesota. His work can be found at Daily Grindhouse, Graphic Policy, Sequart, The Unspoken Decade, Through the Shattered Lens, or Trash Film Guru. Follow Ryan on Twitter.

Robert Derie is the author of Sex and the Cthulu Mythos and The Collected Letters of Robert E. Howard – Index and AddendaDerie co-authors Facts in the Case of Alan Moore’s Providence. His writing can be found at The Unpublishable, a weekly fiction blog. He lives in Georgia. Follow Bobby on Twitter.

Damian Gordon

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