...when I spent most of my time in English class creating comic books. Lucky for me, my teacher not only allowed it; she bought every issue.
After graduating college, I took a job in the tech industry. I alternated between toiling in a cubicle and playing in rock bands around Atlanta, but never lost my passion for writing. Now, I work full-time as a writer, creating marketing content by day and stories filled with hope, wonder, and adventure by night.
My stories have been selected for the X Marks the Spot anthology (WordFire Press, 2020), Become Legend: The JordanCon 2021 Anthology, and the Warriors Against the Storm anthology (Havok Publishing/Mt. Zion Ridge Press, 2020). My story “Siren’s Kiss” won Havok magazine’s annual contest and was featured in the July 2017 issue.
As a tech writer, I have authored numerous pieces for IBM and The Weather Company, including articles in partnership with The Masters, Adweek, and Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
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Clint Hall is a storyteller, speaker, and podcast host with a degree in Communications from the University of Georgia. He has been writing stories since middle school, where he spent most of his time in English class creating comic books. (Fortunately, his teacher not only allowed it; she bought every issue.)
Known for narratives that instill a sense of hope, wonder, and adventure, Clint’s work has been published across multiple anthologies and magazines, and he was recently named a double finalist for short fiction in the 2021 Realm Awards. As a tech writer, he has also authored numerous pieces for IBM and The Weather Company, including articles in partnership with The Masters, Adweek, and Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.
You can find him hosting panels at conventions, online at ClintHall.com, or at “The Experience: Conversations with Creatives” podcast, available on all major platforms.