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Harrison Squared

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Unpossible and Other Stories

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The Devil’s Alphabet

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Author Bios

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Daryl Gregory is an award-winning writer of genre-mixing novels, stories, and comics. His novels include Harrison Squared, Afterparty, Pandemonium, Raising Stony Mayhall, The Devil’s Alphabet, and the novella We Are All Completely Fine, in development with Wes Craven at the SyFy channel. His stories are collected in Unpossible and Other Stories.

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Daryl Gregory’s most recent work is the young adult novel Harrison Squared and the novella We Are All Completely Fine, which won the Shirley Jackson award and was a finalist for the Nebula, Sturgeon, Locus, and World Fantasy awards. The book is in development with Wes Craven at the SyFy channel. The SF novel Afterparty was an NPR and Kirkus Best Fiction book of 2014, and a finalist for the Campbell and the Lambda Literary awards. His first novel, Pandemonium, won the Crawford award. His other novels are The Devil’s Alphabet (a Philip K. Dick award finalist) and Raising Stony Mayhall (a Library Journal best SF book of the year).

Many of his short stories are collected in Unpossible and Other Stories (a Publishers Weekly best book of 2011). His comics work includes Legenderry: Green Hornet, the Planet of the Apes, and Dracula: The Company of Monsters series (co-written with Kurt Busiek).

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Daryl Gregory is an award-winning writer of genre-mixing novels, stories, and comics. His most recent work is the young adult novel Harrison Squared (Tor, March 2015). The novella We Are All Completely Fine won the Shirley Jackson award, was a finalist for the Nebula, Sturgeon, Locus, and World Fantasy awards, and is in development with Wes Craven at the SyFy channel.

The SF novel Afterparty was an NPR and Kirkus Best Fiction book of 2014, and a finalist for the Campbell and the Lambda Literary awards. His first novel, Pandemonium, won the Crawford award and was a finalist for the World Fantasy award. His other novels are The Devil’s Alphabet (a Philip K. Dick award finalist) and Raising Stony Mayhall (a Library Journal best SF book of the year).

Many of his short stories are collected in Unpossible and Other Stories, which was named one of the best books of 2011 by Publishers Weekly. His comics work includes the Legenderry: Green Hornet, the Planet of the Apes, Dracula: The Company of Monsters (co-written with Kurt Busiek), and the graphic novel The Secret Battles of Genghis Khan. He lives in State College, PA, where he writes programming code in the morning, prose in the afternoons, and comics at night.

Reviews

“Daryl Gregory has emerged as one of the most consistently interesting and yet least predictable writers of the last decade . . . A writer of startling depth and sensitivity, whose understanding of the delicate machinations of the heart trumps his need for superheroes, or even for neurology.”
Gary K. Wolfe, Locus Magazine

“More than many novelists, Gregory’s work not only withstands but grows richer with re-readings and sustained attention. ”
Karen Burnham, SF Signal.

“Daryl Gregory can write like a son-of-a-bitch.”
Chris Roberson, New York Times Best-Selling Author

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