Thomm Quackenbush, author

Archives

The Importance of Being Bored (2016.06.24)

Not a Pagan Author (2016.06.06)

In Defense of Foodstuff Skin Tones (2016.06.03)

Representation and You (2016.06.03)

I Got 99 Problems, But Your Book Ain't One (2016.06.02)

Losing the Words (2016.05.31)

The Writer As Prostitute (2016.05.07)

The Privilege of Connections (2016.04.07)

Blank Page (2016.03.29)

Writing for Exposure (2016.03.24)

On Piracy (2016.03.14)

Giving Up on Writing (2016.02.26)

A Smattering of Advice for Guests of Conventions (2016.02.25)

Review: Prince Lestat (2016.02.24)

The Burden of Talent (2015.02.10)

Review: The Time Traveler's Wife (2014.11.14)

Bike Writing (2014.07.20)

Gardening and Writing (2014.04.21)

Querying Agents (2013.08.30)

Review: The Fault in Our Stars (2013.03.10)

Review: Ready Player One (2013.03.06)

Review: Writing Scary Scenes (2013.01.18)

Character Origins (2012.10.17)

Review: John Dies at the End (2012.09.24)

Reading for Pleasure (2012.05.23)

Review: The New Death and others (2012.03.11)

Contracts (2011.12.01)

Book Signings (2011.10.31)

Review: American Psycho (2011.04.07)

Art Killing Creativity (2011.03.15)

On Loving the Work and Hating the Author (2011.03.08)

Review: And Another Thing (2011.02.15)

Review: Stranger in a Strange Land (2011.02.11)

Advice to Future Writers (2011.02.08)

Being Published (2011.01.02)

eBooks (2010.12.19)

Write or Die (2010.12.18)


Thomm Quackenbush is an author and teacher in the Hudson Valley. Double Dragon publishes three novels in his Night's Dream series (We Shadows, Danse Macabre, and Artificial Gods, and Flies to Wanton Boys). His fourth book in the Night's Dream series, As Flies to Wanton Boys, is due shortly. He has sold jewelry in Victorian England, confused children as a mad scientist, filed away more books than anyone has ever read, and tried to inspire the learning disabled and gifted. He is capable of crossing one eye, raising one eyebrow, and once accidentally groped a ghost. He finds that friends do not enjoy the extremes he goes to in order to research books, as these involve mortuaries and UFO support groups. When not writing, he can be found biking, hiking the Adirondacks, grazing on snacks at art openings, and keeping a straight face when listening to people tell him they are in touch with 164 species of interstellar beings.


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Works by Thomm Quackenbush

Anthologies

Find What You Love and Let It Kill You by Thomm Quackenbush
Pagan Standard Times: Essays on the Craft by Thomm Quackenbush
A Creature Was Stirring: A Twisted Christmas Anthology by Thomm Quackenbush
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