Bender by Michael Frizell & D.A. Frizell

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About the authors

Michael Frizell Bio

Michael Frizell is the Director of Student Learning Services at Missouri State University and holds an MFA in Creative Nonfiction from the University of Arkansas at Monticello. He is the editor of The Learning Assistance Review, and his creative nonfiction has been published on the National Gallery of Writing, in Red Ink Journal, The Moon City Review, and others. As a writer with TidalWave Comics, he writes comics based on the lives of the famous and infamous as well as fiction. Recent titles include The Secret Life of Bettie Page, Fame: Lionel Messi, Female Force: Elizabeth Warren, and Faith Series: The Life of Pope Francis. He also pens the introductions to the re-releases of Harold Robbins’ novels.

D.A. Frizell Bio

DA Frizell is known for cover art for bands like Avenged Sevenfold, Sevendust, Wednesday 13 and many more. His portfolio includes traditional ink, digital art, mixed media, and sculpture.

About Skye Press

As an imprint of Oghma Creative Media, based in Bentonville, Arkansas, Skye Press is a traditional publisher reaching out to authors and artists who don’t want to take the self-publishing route. They provide a team of editors, designers, and marketers to help bring your work to its finished form. Their goal is to develop relationships with our authors and artists. Oghma (pronounced Og-MA) Creative Media is an independent publishing firm based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, whose mission is the advancement of established and emerging authors nationwide.

The writer and artist are available for interviews.

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