Gary Cahill is an Active Member of Mystery Writers of America New York and International Thriller Writers. His first published short story, That Kind of Guy, was a celebratory Black Mask and Department of First Stories selection in Ellery Queen’s Mystery Magazine, and was later reprinted in a Pulp Empire anthology. A sequel of sorts, Corner of River and Rain, appeared in a Short Story Me Genre Fiction anthology, and The Damnedest Things in The First Line Literary Journal Fall 2012. Fathers, Sons, Ghosts, Guns will be in the Big Pulp Magazine themed collection The Kennedy Curse in Fall 2013. He worked for nearly twenty five years in (and still plays in what’s left of) New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, and is now a staffer across the river at the Weehawken NJ Public Library.