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Danny Birt

About Danny Birt

Award-winning author Danny Birt was born about three decades ago in Washington State to Irish and Californian parents, and has since lived in Idaho, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Hawaii, Virginia, and North Carolina. He attended high school at New Mexico Military Institute, studied music therapy and psychology at Loyola University New Orleans, and most recently graduated from Shenandoah University with his Master's Degree in Music Therapy.

Danny has been a contributing author to several sci-fi, fantasy, and professional magazines, anthologies, and journals. Formerly, he was an editor for Flashing Swords Magazine and small-press publisher Ancient Tomes Press. His fantasy series "The Laurian Pentology" is being published through Dark Quest Books, starting with "Ending an Ending." His first children's/YA novel "Between a Roc and a Hard Place" won recognition with The National Parenting Center's 2010 Seal of Approval, Creative Child Magazine's 2010 Seal of Excellence, and was named one of Dr. Toy's Best Picks of 2010.

In addition to literary publication, Danny composes classical and filk music, such as his nonstop hour-long piano solo "Piano Petrissage," and the ever-peculiar album "Warped Children's Songs." Danny's humorous music has been featured on radio and internet programs such as The Dr. Demento Show and The Funny Music Project.

Danny has now settled in eastern North Carolina where he is a faculty member at a local college. In his spare time, Danny's hobby is finding new hobbies.

For more information on Danny Birt please visit the artist's web site at: http://www.DannyBirt.com

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