About the Author

online resolution 1250-300dpi-1     Tea Krulos is a freelance writer and author from Milwaukee, WI. He is a regular contributor to publications such as the Riverwest Currents, Milwaukee Record, M magazine, Fortean Times, Alcoholmanac, and the Shepherd Express.

He has also been published in a wide variety of other publications including the New York Press, The Guardian, Boston Phoenix, Scandinavian TravelerMaximumrocknroll, The Onion’s “A.V. Club” section, and Pop Mythology.

Some of his favorite subjects to explore and write about include unique and unusual subcultures, people, and places, as well as art and music.

Krulos’s first book is a non-fiction titled Heroes in the Night: Inside the Real Life Superhero Movement. It was published in October 2013 by Chicago Review Press.  Heroes in the Night is a thorough investigation of a movement or subculture of people who call themselves “Real Life Super Heroes” and adopt their own costumed personas and hit the street to fight injustice.

His second book, Monster Hunters: On the Trail With Ghost Hunters, Bigfooters, Ufologists, and Other Paranormal Investigators, was published June 2015, also from Chicago Review Press. It was a finalist in the Midwest Book Awards and made several reading lists ranging from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel to Cult of Weird. You can buy the book here: http://www.chicagoreviewpress.com/monster-hunters-products-9781613749814.php

Krulos is currently working on his third book, which has a working title of The End and is about “apocalypse culture.” It’ll be out in 2018 (if the world survives that long).

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Other future projects include another non-fiction title and a script for fiction comic book set in the circus in the 1950s titled Ballyhoo.

Contact: teakrulos@gmail.com

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