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Jeff Funk, born in 1971, began his career as a composer/arranger when he was eighteen years old with the publication of his song, "Fly to the Sky Tonight." He has since written many choral works published by Warner Bros. Publications, over 1.7 million copies in print. Songs also published with Columbia Pictures Publications/Belwin Mills (CPP/Belwin), Kimmel Publications (a division of Hope Publishing), and Alfred Publishing. Wrote the opening song, "Believe in the Music," for the NBC telecast of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2000. His piece "J.B.M.C.A. (Jingle Bells, Merry Christmas to All)" is co-published with Warner Bros. Publications' Beam Me Up Music (ASCAP) and the Village People's publishing company, Can't Stop Music (BMI). His fiction appears in ASYLUM 3 (Prime), DORM PORN 2 (Alyson Books) and the forthcoming DISTANT HORIZONS (Haworth Positronic Press), TALES OF TRAVELROTICA FOR GAY MEN, Vol. 2 (Alyson Books) and SUPERQUEEROES (Haworth Press). As an actor, he appears as "Crawling Man" in Tyler Tharpe's horror film, Return In Red. He lives in Auburn, Indiana.
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Tales of Travelrotica for Gay Men Volume 2 from Alyson Books, which contains my story "Swarthy Strangers", is now available for pre-order from Amazon.
Tyler Tharpe's horror film Return In Red is now available from Amazon. As an actor in the film, I'm billed as "Crawling man."
ASYLUM VOLUME 3: The Quiet Ward edited by Victor Heck contains my story "Treat and Street." Now available through Shocklines.
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