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   Writers: Adam Cole (1969 - , United States)  
 
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Adam Cole was born in upstate New York in 1969. After several moves in several years, his family wound up in Atlanta where, with the exception of a five-year college stint in Oberlin, OH, he has lived his entire life. Adam began working on his first novel at age 12 but abandoned it when he realized that he didnít know how to end his book.

Cole has worked as a professional pianist and composer since 1992. He has also been certified in The Feldenkrais Methodô and publishes a monthly online newsletter about the work.

He hopes to combine these interests working in the field of Music Education, for which he is currently pursuing a Masterís Degree. He lives with his wife and four children in Atlanta.

Biography provided by the author, June 2004.

   
 
  Bibliography  
 
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  1999.  Myth of Magic, The   (Amazon - Alibris)
2007.  Thousand Points of Darkness, A   (Amazon - Alibris)
unknown future date.  Childbearer, The
unknown future date.  Hofstadterís Grandchildren
unknown future date.  One Way Trip, The
unknown future date.  Seven Ways the World Can End
 
 
 
  Series  
 
 
  • Myth of Magic, The
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      Influences & favorites  
     
     

  • Man Rides Through, A
  • Martian Chronicles, The
  • Mother London
  • Dancers at the End of Time, The
  • Eternal Champion, The
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