Quartet in D Minor, Opus 30: A Ghost Story

Filed under: Schwartz, Viktor, disappearance of; Cojocaru, Liviu, disappearance ofOral Statement by Justin Francis ClaxtonRecorded by Officer Andrew Whittaker, Jr. at Brookhaven Police HeadquartersTown of Brookhaven, MassachusettsThursday, December 8, 2011 I know this is an investigation, but seriously, we all know Viktor killed himself. I hate to say it, because he wasn’t a bad kid….

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Noah Weisz

Noah Weisz holds an MFA in Fiction from the New Writers Project at the University of Texas at Austin. During his graduate studies, he received a fellowship from the Michener Center for Writers, was a finalist for the Fania Kruger Fellowship for creative writing with social vision, and served as associate fiction editor of Bat City Review. His master’s thesis, a young-adult novel, was recently shortlisted for the Bath Children’s Novel Award. Currently, he teaches creative writing and children’s literature as an adjunct at St. Edward’s University in Austin and leads creative writing workshops at two elementary schools.

Michelle Lockamy

Michelle is an illustrator orbiting around Philadelphia, PA. She has a BFA in Illustration from Moore College of Art & Design, and has wanted to be an illustrator her entire life. Her whimsical award-winning art has appeared in games, books, and even as a window display in a department store. She spends her time illustrating personal and client work and working as the Gallery Manager of the Philadelphia Sketch Club. View her work at michellelockamy.com and follow her sketch adventures on Instagram @michellelockamy.

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