Gregory Langdon, Writer

After the runaway success of Nuclear Follies, Mr. Langdon was abducted by spaces aliens and put in a state of suspended animation. Stored in an titanium and glass tube in a sub-basement of an abandoned warehouse in one of the few remaining unfashionable neighborhoods in the outer boroughs–he was, to the disappointment of his family, reanimated in 2017.

He resumed his literary career with the short story collection: Sylvia Plath’s Easy Oven Cleaning Guide; and I Dismembered Momma. He also collaborated with Mr. Peret on the tone poem, “I Hate Your Face.” He would like to thank Zothar, Daniel Neiden, and big pharma.