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I sold my first story in 1981. Since then I've published twenty-five books and over a hundred short stories. My work has been adapted for film and TV, and has been published worldwide. I've won the International Horror Guild Award, and been shortlisted for the World Fantasy Award (twice), the MWA's Edgar, and the HWA's Bram Stoker Award (six times). Not that any of this has made me a better person...

“Some Jobs Are Simple” accepted at Big Apple Film Festival!

A short film that filmmaker Jim Evans made from my New Black Mask short story, “Some Jobs Are Simple,” has been accepted at the Big Apple Film Festival in NYC! It will screen at Tribeca Cinemas sometime between November 2nd and 6th — I’ll post the date and time here when scheduled. Congrats, Jim! Check out Jim’s website here and at the bottom of the page…

Chet Williamson meets Michael Moorcock…and audiobooks ensue…

I’ve been fortunate enough to be asked to record not only audiobooks of my own work for Crossroad Press and Springbook Audio, but the work of some other writers as well. I’m proud to announce that the first of these projects is now available: Michael Moorcock’s unabridged Blood: A Southern Fantasy. Continue reading Chet Williamson meets Michael Moorcock…and audiobooks ensue…

My “A Lover’s Alibi” $.99 audio at MPformance!

MPformance.com has brought out its first non-Andrew Vachss story, my own horror/noir tale, “A Lover’s Alibi,” read by myself. It’s only $.99 for the 24-minute downloadable MP3 audio file, which contains music, ambient sound and effects. The story first appeared in Twilight Zone Magazine, and I’m anxious for everyone to hear it. A good story that’ll make your commute shorter, for one-third the price of a bad latte…