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John Palisano
Bram Stoker Award® winner John Palisano's short fiction has appeared in many places. Check out: Dark Discoveries, Horror Library, Darkness On The Edge, Lovecraft eZine, Phobophobias, Terror Tales, Harvest Hill, Halloween Spirits, Chiral Mad, Midnight Walk, Halloween Tales, and many other... show more



Bram Stoker Award® winner John Palisano's short fiction has appeared in many places. Check out: Dark Discoveries, Horror Library, Darkness On The Edge, Lovecraft eZine, Phobophobias, Terror Tales, Harvest Hill, Halloween Spirits, Chiral Mad, Midnight Walk, Halloween Tales, and many other publications. His non-fiction has appeared in FANGORIA and DARK DISCOVERIES, where he's interviewed folks like Robert Englund, director Rob Hall, and Corey Taylor from Slipknot. NERVES is available from Bad Moon Books. DUST OF THE DEAD and GHOST HEART are novels available from Samhain Publishing.His work has been cited by the Bram Stoker Award® four times. "Available Light" was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award® in 2013. "The Geminis" was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award® in 2014. "Splinterette" was nominated for the Bram Stoker Award® in 2015. "Happy Joe's Rest Stop" won the Bram Stoker Award® in 2016. John's had a colorful history. He began writing at an early age, with his first publications in college fanzines and newspapers at Emerson in Boston. He's worked for over a decade in Hollywood for people like Ridley Scott and Marcus Nispel. He's recently been working as a ghost-screenwriter and has seen much success with over two dozen short story sales and his novels and short fiction continue gaining critical and reader acclaim. You can visit him at:www.johnpalisano.com

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Birth date: June 13
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The All Night Library
The All Night Library rated it 1 year ago
When you were a kid did you think monsters existed? Well they do exist and they’re everywhere, there are too many stories about monsters to think otherwise. The preface for Deadman’s Tome: Monsters Exist edited by Mr. Deadman and Theresa Braun tells us that . There are 14 tales here about monsters ...
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runner rated it 2 years ago
The two stars are for the three short stories in this collection that I enjoyed...."Lucky" by Del Howison follows a female truck driver Ray, the tough life she has chosen and the somewhat sad ending makes for excellent reading."Roadkill" where our narrator is travelling home to wife and family in Ch...
The All Night Library
The All Night Library rated it 2 years ago
There are a lot of horror anthologies out there and it's not always easy to find one that you think you would like. That being said sometimes you find a horror anthology that when you see it you know you can't go wrong. The Beauty Of Death: The Gargantuan Book of Horror Tales is that book. Edited by...
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Fallen Over Book Reviews rated it 4 years ago
I received this book via NetGalley to give an honest review. I love anything zombies and it is always hard to find a really decent book that deals with them in a way that makes you want to read about 'em. With Dust of The Dead things are not the same as it would be in other zombie books. The autho...
CarlAlves
CarlAlves rated it 5 years ago
After Death starts off with a cool premise, what happens after a person dies. Sometimes the stories occur immediately after death, sometimes it’s during a much longer time line. There is a mix of big name horror authors and lesser known ones, and overall a really good flow to the anthology. One of t...
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