Mark Wollacott, who also occasionally writes under the name Olaf Thorn, is the author of The Girl Who Made It Snow and 108 Breaths. He is a freelance writer with over 2,000 articles under his belt spread across the world including both Kansai Time Out and Kansai Scene in Japan. Currently he is writing his new fantasy novel, The Bewildering of Rodorryn and is aiming to take up postgraduate studies in anthropology to pursue some of his core areas of interest including his ideas on being Runari, on being an Aspie in a neurotypical world, and prehistoric Northern Eurasian societies, languages, and their ideas of personhood, animism, and non-humans; especially bears. Outside of work he is active with the Japanese community in Bristol and is trying to teach himself Tai Chi, Qigong, and at some point, Iaido.
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