Charles Kline

Baltimore, MD USA

Charles M. Kline only recently discovered he was raised by wolves until the age of two and that his “real parents” found him while camping in Montana. Mr. Kline’s radio drama “Transmission Unknown” was performed at the Wildclaw Theatre Company’s first annual Deathscribe radio play festival in 2008 and later produced for the Shoestring Radio Theatre program in 2011. His short film “Living With Lycanthropy,” which he wrote and produced for a class while earning a BFA in Creative Writing for Entertainment from Full Sail University, screened at five film festivals and won “Best Horror” at the 2012 IFQ Film and Webisode Festival in Hollywood, California. He also contributed essays to the 2014 Rondo award-winning volume Hidden Horror: A Celebration of 101 Underrated and Overlooked Fright Flicks and When Animals Attack: The 70 Best Horror Movies With Killer Animals published in 2016.

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