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Andrea Graham is Assistant Editor of Laser & Sword Magazine and created the universe that the internet-based publication’s serial Rise of the Judge is set in. Most editorial duties at the magazine rest on her shoulders, including acquisitions, comprehensive editing, layout, and proofreading.

In edition to editing for Laser & Sword, she provides advice and book reviews from a Christian worldview at Ask Andrea. Her short story, “Frozen Generation,” featured in Light at the Edge of Darkness, details the birth of Laser & Sword hero A. L. Snyder.

Andrea studied creative writing and religion for three years at Ashland University, has been studying the craft of fiction writing for ten years, and editing her critique partners for seven. Her first paid client was the Writer’s Cafe Press, an independent publisher for whom she proofread Frank Creed’s novel, Flashpoint.

She is a current member of her local chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers, a founding member of the Lost Genre Guild, and subscribes to the Christian PEN’s discussion group.

Andrea lives with her husband Adam and their cat Joybell in Boise, Idaho.  You can read the story of how she and her editor in chief/coauthor met at Adam and Andrea’s homepage.

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