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Robert J. Krog



Robert J. Krog is a native of Memphis, TN, where he still resides with his family. He has been a climber for his father’s professional arborist company, a grocery store clerk, a waiter, an order out delivery guy, a legal runner, a substitute teacher, and a high school History teacher. He has a master’s degree in Ancient History. He is a devout Catholic, and this influences all of his writing.

His published works include the collection, The Stone Maiden and Other Tales, the novella, A Bag Full of Eyes, and numerous short stories in anthologies from various publishers. He edited the anthology A Tall Ship, a Star, and Plunder for Dark Oak Press, and Potter’s Field Five for Alban Lake Publishing. He is currently working as a freelance editor on Potter’s Field Six for Alban Lake Press. A Bag Full of Eyes won the Darrell Award for Best Midsouth Novella in 2013. His short story, “The One’s Who Remember,” won the Darrell Award for Best Midsouth Short Story in 2016.

Mr. Krog continues to write and has numerous, previously-unpublished works slated for publication in the next year. He is currently working on a pair of novellas, a screenplay, and a couple of novels. He is a regular author guest at science fiction and fantasy conventions in and around the Midsouth.