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Tim Waggoner


USA flag (b.1964)

Bram Stoker Award-winning author Tim Waggoner writes both original and media tie-in fiction, and he has published over forty novels and four short story collections. He teaches creative writing at Sinclair College in Dayton, Ohio.

Genres: Horror, Urban Fantasy, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult Fantasy, Thriller
 
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Non fiction
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Anthologies containing stories by Tim Waggoner
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Short stories
Buyer Beware (1994)
Mr Punch (1994)
Newcomer (1994)
Preserver (1995)
Supernaturally Incorrect (1995)
The Last Warrior (1997)
Every Home Should Have One (1998)
The Castle And Jack (1999)
The Man of Her Dreams (1999)
Meeting Dad (1999)
One Morning At the Stone (1999)
As Good As a Rest (2000)
Buried Treasure (2000)
Loose Upon the Earth a Daemon (2000)
Fixer-upper (2001)


Tim Waggoner recommends
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Best New Zombie Tales Volume 1 (2010)
James Roy Daley
"In an increasingly crowded graveyard of zombie anthologies, this is a real standout. The stories are thought provoking, chilling, and entertaining, proving that there's still plenty of life in this sub-genre. Long live zombies!"
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Our Dying Land (2013)
Edward J McFadden III
"A thrilling dark fantasy with with a unique premise and intriguing characters. Eco-horror as its finest!"
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The Train Derails in Boston (2016)
Jessica McHugh
"A feverish well dream of erotic horror- eerie, intense, and deeply unsettling."
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Mr. Cables (2020)
Ronald Malfi
"In Ronald Malfi's haunting new novella Mr. Cables, the past has teeth and bites deep. Another winner from a modern master of contemporary horror!"
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Moon Child (2021)
Gaby Triana
"MOON CHILD is a tension-filled tale of paranormal suspense with a strong lead character and delicious chills. I loved it, and you will too!"

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