A Short Bio
JEFF FUNK is a pulp writer whose stories have appeared in paperback and ebook anthologies published by Alyson Books, Cleis Press, Bold Strokes Books, Midnight Reader/Pulp Retro Throwback and Bruno Gmünder. He’s the author of Midnight Reader: Twelve Erotic Tales. He lives in Auburn, Indiana.
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JEFFREY ERIC FUNK / JEFF FUNK has written hundreds of choral works published by Warner Bros. Publications with millions of copies in print. His music has also been published by CPP/Belwin, Kimmel Publications, Hope Publishing Company, Alfred Music Publishing and Carl Fischer Music. He wrote the opening song for the millennium NBC telecast of the 74th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
He began composing at fourteen and then started publishing while still a teenager. As a classically trained pianist, his instruction lineage can be traced to Beethoven, who taught Carl Czerny, who taught Franz Lizst, who taught Martin Krause, who taught Claudio Arrau, who taught Aldo Mancinelli, who taught Funk. In addition to the “school of velocity” (Czerny), he has studied the Alexander Technique. He graduated summa cum laude, #1 in the School of Music, from Millikin University.
His short stories have appeared in paperback and eBook anthologies published by Alyson Books, Cleis Press, Bold Strokes Books, Midnight Reader/Pulp Retro Throwback and Bruno Gmünder. He owns the record label and music publishing company, WHISPER THE NAME JEFF FUNK (ASCAP).
a division of Jeff Funk Media
As an actor, he was billed as Crawling Man in the horror film, Return in Red. He is the creator of Pulp Buzz, a Twitter centric book buzz syndicate for readers of modern and retro pulp fiction. He’s the author of the Midnight Reader series and the composer, lyricist and creator of Glee Club Smarties™ songbooks.