Chris L. Terry was born in Boston to an African-American father and Irish-American mother. He spent his teens and early twenties touring North America and Europe as the singer for different Richmond, Virginia punk bands. Terry’s debut novel Zero Fade (Curbside Splendor) was on Best of 2013 lists by Kirkus Reviews and Slate.com, and was short-listed for the American Library Association’s YALSA BFYA. He has a Creative Writing MFA from Columbia College Chicago and lives in Los Angeles, where he teaches writing and works as a Copywriter.
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Buy Zero Fade
Read “Graffiti” in PANK (2012)
Photo by Jacob Boll for DEMO Magazine, February 2014