Ryan Gattis is the author of Kung Fu and All Involved, which won the American Library Associations Alex Award & the Lire Award for Noir of the Year in France. Gattis lives and writes in Los Angeles, where he is a member of the street art crew UGLARworks & a founding board member of 1888, a Southern California literary arts non-profit.
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@StiffPhillips @lithub Well played, John. I like your style.
by @Ryan_Gattis - 2 days ago
@jaimegarba You’re welcome, sir. That sounds excellent. Can’t wait.
¡Hola madres de la escuela Monarca! Espero que disfruten leyendo mi libro. La primera sección puede ser difícil el… https://t.co/5tVKSwemxX
@jaimegarba Sounds brilliant! I am really glad to hear that.
by @Ryan_Gattis - 3 days ago
@StiffPhillips Honored to hear that, John. Thank you so much.
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