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T.M. Camp

T.M. Camp

T.M. Camp


From a very early age, T.M. Camp has been making up stories and then writing them down. There is no reason to expect that he will stop any time soon. In addition to his long career in advertising, T.M. has written over thirty plays, numerous short stories and poems, and two novels. His plays have been produced by theatres in California, Michigan, Iowa, and Tennessee. A few of his scripts have even won awards. One of his plays — “The Red Boy” — broke into the top ten of the 2001 Writer’s Digest playscript competition. Read more on Last.fm
From a very early age, T.M. Camp has been making up stories and then writing them down. There is no reason to expect that he will stop any time soon. In addition to his long career in advertising, T.M. has written over thirty plays, numerous short stories and poems, and two novels. His plays have been produced by theatres in California, Michigan, Iowa, and Tennessee.

A few of his scripts have even won awards. One of his plays — “The Red Boy” — broke into the top ten of the 2001 Writer’s Digest playscript competition. In 2007, T.M. finished his first novel “Assam & Darjeeling“, following it up with the novella “Matters of Mortology” in early 2008. In addition to a number of smaller, ongoing projects, T.M.

is currently at work on his third novel, entitled “Pantheon”. In the fall of 2009, he began sharing his shorter fiction and poetry on The Gospel of Thomas podcast. Each episode includes a free PDF download of that week's show. His novella "Matters of Mortology" is now available from Aurohn Press as a softcover, hardcover, or for the Kindle/iPhone. In all of his work, T.M. explores boundaries — The boundaries between worlds… boundaries between the physical and the supernatural… the boundaries between people… and the boundaries within ourselves. T.M. Camp is actively seeking formal representation for his writing.

Inquires from interested agents and publishers are most welcome. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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