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David Niall Wilson


USA flag (b.1959)

David Niall Wilson has been writing dark fiction, fantasy, and science-fiction since the mid-eighties. He has six published novels, one collection and over 120 short stories published in various markets including Year's Best Horror XIX, Robert Bloch's Psychos, Love in Vein II, Werewolves, Deathport, and many more. His poetry has appeared in various venues in the small press, as well as in a limited edition package from Kelp Queen Productions, and a selection of haiku to appear in his upcoming Lone Wolf Collection, The Subtle Ties that Bind.

David writes from a great big house in North Carolina, where he lives and loves with Patricia Lee Macomber, their children Billy, Stephanie-occasionally his own boys Zach and Zane-and a plethora of cats and fish. David is currently president of the Horror Writer's Association.
 
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by David Niall Wilson
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Short stories
To Feed the Sun
Another Saturday Night (1995)
A Poor Imitation (1995)
Smiling Eyes and Haunted Face (1995)
A Taste of Blood and Roses [short story] (1995)
The Death-Sweet Scent of Lilies (1996)
The Subtle Ties That Bind (1996)
Blameless (1997)
La Belle Dame Sans Regrets (1997) (with Brian A Hopkins)
One-Eyed Jack (1997) (with Brian A Hopkins)
To Dream of Sheherzad (1997)
Virtue's Mask (1997) (with Brian A Hopkins)
The Orffyreus Wheel - Part Six [short story] (2006)


David Niall Wilson recommends
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The Licking Valley Coon Hunters Club (2000)
Brian A Hopkins
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