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Michael A Arnzen

USA flag (b.1967)

Michael A. Arnzen is the author of the Bram Stoker Award-winning novel, Grave Markings (Dell Books). 100 Jolts, Arnzen's newest release, features 100 of his very best flash fiction stories. His short story collection, Fluid Mosaic (Wildside Press) collects his best stories from the 1990s. His poetry chapbooks include Freakcidents, Gorelets: Unpleasant Poetry, Dying (With No Apologies to Martha Stewart), Paratabloids, Chew, Sportuary and Writhing in Darkness.

Arnzen holds a Ph.D. in English and presently teaches graduate studies in "Writing Popular Fiction" at Seton Hill University in Western Pennsylvania, where he lives with his wife and cats. His current project is a twisted kidnapping novel.
   Chew and other ruminations (1991)
   Paratabloids (1993)
   The selected works of Michael Arnzen: Needles and sins (1993)
   Fluid Mosaic (2000)
   Once Upon a Slime (2003) (with Mark McLaughlin)
   Gorelets (poems) (2003)
   100 Jolts (2004)
   The Gorelets Omnibus (poems) (2012)
   Dark Highways (2012) (with David Bain, John A Burks Jr, C Dennis Moore and Lorelei Shannon)
   Audiovile (2016)
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Anthologies edited
Anthologies containing stories by Michael A Arnzen
Short stories
The Man in the Moon
An Eye for an Eye (1991)
The Blood Ran Out (1995)
Screwge (1996)
Stigmata (1997)

Bram Stoker Best First Novel winner (1995) : Grave Markings

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