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Chris Large is a fiction writer and narrative designer living in Sydney, Australia. His fiction (and non-fiction) has appeared in many Australian science fiction and fantasy magazines, and numerous anthologies. 

In 2017 he co-edited the multi-award-nominated fantasy anthology: A Hand of Knaves. He has worked as a narrative designer for US-based publishers including 3 Minute Games, Big Fish Games and Tales Inc.

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