Max Mallory, Remembered…

Max Square Selfie

From Chuck Mallory: we are continuing this site to memorialize my son, Max Mallory, a gamer, writer, businessman, friend to many and all-around good guy who often looked out for the underdog. He passed away suddenly on May 20, 2016, at age 22, from a brain hemorrhage as a result of advanced cancer.

Max was a writer for Game Zombie, hired before graduation from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (May 2015), and also a writer for several gaming websites. In October 2015 he was diagnosed with testicular cancer and endured chemotherapy, two major surgeries, and numerous procedures.

While there will not be posts on games here, there will be updates on other things about his life–writings about Max, his own writing, and the Max Mallory Foundation, which will promote testicular cancer awareness and provide awards and scholarships for gaming students at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

A poem by Max: They Wonder Why Writers Are

For further reading, here are some short pieces related to Max Mallory and his life (updated Apr. 25, 2018):

Across Two Aprils

The Son of Someone Famous

Life as We Knew It

What to Suspect When You’re Expecting

A Series of Unfortunate Accidents

A Place in the Sun

Who Were These Children?

Thanksgiving to My Son

A Valentine for My Son

Summer Wishes, Winter Dreams

Hired Before Graduation

Things Max Taught Me

Max, the Last of His Tribe

The Last Things

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