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Whitley Strieber

USA flag (b.1945)
Husband of Anne Strieber

WHITLEY STRIEBER is the author of over twenty novels and works of nonfiction among them The Wolfen, The Hunger, Communion, and The Coming Global Superstorm (with Art Bell), which was the inspiration for the film The Day After Tomorrow. He lives quietly in Texas with his wife and their cats.

Genres: Horror, Science Fiction, Young Adult Fiction
Anthologies edited
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Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by Whitley Strieber
Short stories
The Hunger (excerpt) (1981)
Perverts (1983)
The Nixon Mask (1986)
Pain (1986)World Fantasy (nominee)
The Pool (1988)
The White Moths (1988)
Horror Story (1993)
I Walk the Night (1994)
The Open Doors (1997)

World Fantasy Best Short Story nominee (1987) : Pain

Books about Whitley Strieber
Report on Communion (1990) by Ed Conroy
Whitley Strieber recommends
The Pet (1986)
Charles L Grant
"One Powerful, harrowing and satisfying story."
Vamped (2004)
David Sosnowski
"Believe me when I say that Vamped is a very special, fun, and oh so dangerous experience. Go ahead open the book, I dare you."
Blood Groove (2009)
(Rudolfo Zginski, book 1)
Alex Bledsoe
"One very sweet read."
Mind Storm (2011)
(Strykers Syndicate, book 1)
K M Ruiz
"Mind Storm hurls you into a ferociously possible future where the mind has long since escaped the cage of the body and roams free and wild and dangerous. Total, delicious immersion into a world rendered startlingly real by white hot writing skill."

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