MeThis is the website of Daryl Gregory, award-winning writer of genre-mixing novels, stories, and comics. He doesn’t usually talk about himself in the third person. So let’s drop that, eh? Hi there.

My novella We Are All Completely Fine came out in 2014 from Tachyon Publications and recently won the World Fantasy Award and the Shirley Jackson Award. It was also a finalist for the Nebula,  Locus, and Sturgeon awards. Wes Craven’s production company is developing the book into a show for the SyFy channel.

Harrison Squared, a Lovecraftian  young adult adventure, was released on March 24, 2015.(io9 and NPR Books dug it.)  Two more books are forthcoming from Tor Teen. Meanwhile, you can play the free choose-your-own-adventure game, Harrison Squared Dies Early.

Afterparty, a near-future SF novel about neuroscience, drugs, crime, and the numinous, is one of NPR’s Best Books of 2014 and one of Kirkus’ Best SF Books of 2014. It’s also a Lambda Literary Award nominee and a John W. Campbell Memorial Award finalist.

And in the comics world, Legenderry: Green Hornet is appearing on stands now.

My blog starts here. You can also follow me on twitter at @darylwriterguy

Below are some things I wrote.

Harrison Squared (Tore, 2015)

Harrison Squared
Lovecraftian adventure. Maybe YA.

We Are All Completely Fine (Tachyon, 2014)

We Are All Completely Fine
A novella about small group therapy and monsters.

Afterparty (Tor, 2014)

An SF novel about neuroscience, crime, and chemical religion.

Raising Stony Mayhall (Del Rey, 2011)

Raising Stony Mayhall
A novel about the last living dead boy in the world.

Unpossible (Fairwood Press, 2011)

Unpossible and Other Stories
A short-story collection

The Devil's Alphabet (Del Rey, 2009)

The Devil’s Alphabet
A novel of murder and transformation.

Pandemonium (Del Rey, 2008)

A novel about family possessions.

Recent Posts

My Worldcon 2015 Schedule

Hiya folks,

Next week I’ll be heading off to Spokane to attend Sasquan, the 2015 Worldcon. What with all the science fictional controversy this year, this worldcon should be… interesting.

Here’s my schedule. If you note any gaps, please insert the item “Bar.”

Autographing – Dave Bara, Beth Cato, Daryl Gregory, Stefan Rudnicki, Jeff Sturgeon
Thursday 14:00 – 14:45, Hall B (CC)

What Prose Writers Can Learn From Comics

Friday 15:00 – 15:45, Spokane Falls Suite A/B (Doubletree)

Prose and comic writing are different. How a prose writer can apply some of the techniques from comics to help them become a better writer.

Daryl Gregory (M), Cassandra Rose Clarke, Grá Linnaea, Esther Jones

The Craft of Short Fiction
Saturday 11:00 – 11:45, 300C (CC)

Short fiction is very different from novels, both for readers and writers. A group of writers of short fiction talk about their approaches, and how those approaches differ from how a writer handles longer works.

Eileen Gunn (M), Daryl Gregory, Jack Skillingstead, Eric James Stone, C. C. Finlay

H.P. Lovecraft and Recent Weird Fiction
Saturday 17:00 – 17:45, 300C (CC)

H.P. Lovecraft was considered pretty weird and out there. Who is writing now that is also considered pretty weird and out there?

Elizabeth Bear (M), Ellen Datlow, Daryl Gregory, Sharon King

Reading – Daryl Gregory
Sunday 10:30 – 11:00, 303B (CC)

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