Horror: General

Christina Barber

Christina
Barber

In addition to her novel, Greystone, she has several upcoming publications. Christina is a contributing editor to a monthly horror-writing column in The Muse Marquee online magazine. Her short story "Restless: will appear in an anthology which will be released in the summer of 2006. She will write a quarterly true ghost tale, "Case Book," for Haunted Lives online magazine. Christina’s works focus on horror and speculative fiction.She belongs to a multitude of critique groups including The Muse It Up Club, Writers's Block and Critters. Read more »

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Marc D. Giller

Marc
Giller

Marc D. Giller wrote his first science-fiction novel at the tender age of sixteen, with the certainty of fame and riches before him. When that plan didn’t work out he went to college instead, earning a bachelor of science degree in journalism from Texas A&M University. A year in the news business only increased his fascination with making stories up for a living, so he tried a few other genres: horror, thriller, historical fiction: when a script he wrote for Star Trek: The Next Generation earned him a chance to pitch ideas for the show. Read more »

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Michael Arnzen

Michael
Arnzen

'Michael Arnzen is an energetic, humorous, and engaging speaker on all topics related to the horror genre and/or the craft of creative writing. He is a popular reciter of fiction and poetry, and has spoken to college and high school students, professional writer’s groups, academic conferences and professional conventions. Michael Arnzen has been publishing outrageous horror fiction, poetry, insightful literary criticism, helpful “how-to” articles on writing, and hilarious humor articles since 1989. Read more »

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Andy Duncan

Andy
Duncan

'I’m a longtime fiction writer, journalist, teacher, critic and public speaker. My fiction has won two World Fantasy Awards and the Theodore Sturgeon Award for best science fiction story of the year. My books include BELUTHAHATCHIE AND OTHER STORIES (a fiction collection), CROSSROADS: TALES OF THE SOUTHERN LITERARY FANTASTIC (a fiction anthology co-edited with F. Brett Cox) and ALABAMA CURIOSITIES (nonfiction). Read more »

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Cathy Clamp

Cathy
Clamp

Cathy Clamp writes with co-author C.T. Adams for Tor Books in their Tor Romance paranormal program. The duo has published six novels in two continuity series (both alternate reality), with three more scheduled for release in 2007 and 2008. In addition, Ms. Read more »

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David Lee Summers

David Lee
Summers

David Lee Summers is author of the novel Vampires of the Scarlet Order and the “Old Star” science fiction trilogy. Read more »

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Lawrence Evans

Lawrence
Evans

Hugo-winning author of forty-plus novels and over a hundred short stories, with over thirty years experience in the field. Former president of the Horror Writers Association. Early user of the “Storyteller’s Bowl” system for serializing novels on the web. Have taught writing at various workshops. In addition to speaking many times on fantasy, writing, etc., recently prepared and delivered a 2.5-hour presentation on the history of horror fiction for the Johnson County (KS) Library. Fees depend on topic, travel time, etc., but range from $100 to $1,500.

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