Born and raised in Hawaii, I spent thirty years in the islands before being dragged kicking and screaming to the mainland due to my employment with the federal government.  After eleven years in NYC, I opted to accept a transfer to the south, picking Memphis, TN.  I retired there in 2004, and have lived on the outskirts of Memphis with my loving wife ever since.  My wife’s two boys and my own four kids are all grown up and, for the most part, have moved away.

With considerable time on my hands, I returned in early 2010 to the keyboard, from which I had been absent since the late-80s/early-90s and during which time I had published 70 to 80 short tales of horror in what was then called “the small press.”  I realized I still had quite a bit of passion for writing horror fiction, and since late 2010, I’ve had over a dozen tales published in different magazines, both in print and online.  You can find my work in Sounds of the Night, Fantastique Unfettered, parABnormal digest (twice), The Absent Willow Review (twice), Cover of Darkness, Midnight Street Magazine, The Horror Zine, Bete Noire, The Storm Is Coming (Antho), and Behind Locked Doors (Antho).  I also have tales scheduled to appear in Black Ink Horror, a second in Cover of Darkness, and finally a still-untitled professional anthology from The Horror Zine, slated for an early 2013 release.

In September of 2010, Crossroad Press published my collection, Claw Marks & Other Disturbing Diversions, in all digital formats; it is also available at Amazon.  In December of 2011, Delirium Books published my novella, Infinity Twice Removed, cowritten with the fabulous Mike McBride, in limited hardcover and all digital formats; it too is available at Amazon.

I have several short tales of horror making the rounds at various print magazines, as well as a couple of novelettes under consideration at a small, but very reputable, publishing house.

Hopefully, my name will be as familiar as Stephen King’s in the near future!  (Just kidding!!)


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