Jeremiah Dylan Cook dedicated himself to becoming a writer at age eleven. He completed his first novel-length rough draft at age nineteen. While attending St. John’s University he received the Mario Mezzacappa Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry and Prose. He completed his master’s degree in Writing Popular Fiction at Seton Hill University. He primarily writes horror and fantasy and is currently the Managing Editor at New Pulp Tales. If you are interested in working with Jeremiah or seeing more of his writing, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeremiah Dylan Cook started writing at age eleven. His initial scribblings were attempts to imitate his favorite authors, J.R.R. Tolkien and J.K. Rowling. Most of his childhood was spent tinkering with stories and writing for a blog he founded called Bigbluebullfrog.com. A creative writing class he took in high school cemented his dream of becoming a published author.
In 2009, he began attending St. John’s University in New York City. While there he worked as the Features Editor for the school newspaper, penning a serialized story for it, as well as founding the Super Men’s Group, a student organization dedicated to stopping violence against women. He received the Mario Mezzacappa Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in Poetry and Prose and the Silver Key in English, awarded to Juniors with the highest GPA in their Major. He graduated Magna Cum Laude.
After departing from St. John’s, Jeremiah founded ComicsMoviesGames.com, a website dedicated to discussing various aspects of Geek Culture. In 2019, he graduated from Seton Hill University’s Writing Popular Fiction Program with a Master of Fine Arts degree. While attending the program, Jeremiah won first place in the Ligonier Valley Writers’ 2018 Flash Fiction Contest for his horror story, “Feeding Time.” He primarily writes horror and fantasy and is currently the Managing Editor of New Pulp Tales.
When Jeremiah is not writing, he is usually adventuring to Target with his fiancée, petting his black cat, named Strider, playing Lovecraftian board games, or complaining about the current state of the New York Giants.
If you are interested in working with Jeremiah or seeing more of his writing, contact him at email@example.com.
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