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Greg F. Gifune

Greg F. Gifune is a best-selling, internationally-published author of several acclaimed novels, novellas and two short story collections.  Called, “The best writer of horror and supernatural thrillers at work today” by New York Times best-selling author Christopher Rice, “One of the best writers of his generation” by both The Roswell Literary Review and author Brian Keene, and “Among the finest dark suspense writers of our time” by legendary best-selling author Ed Gorman, Greg’s work has been published all over the world, translated into several languages, received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, Library Journal, Kirkus and others, is consistently praised by readers and critics alike, and has garnered attention from Hollywood.  His novel The Bleeding Season, originally published in 2003, has been hailed as a classic in the genre and is considered to be one of the best horror/thriller novels of the decade. In 2015 his short story “Hoax” was adapted to film.  A second film, First Impressions, based on Greg’s short story of the same name, is currently in production. Greg resides in Massachusetts with his wife Carol, a bevy of cats and two dogs, Dozer and Bella.  He can be reached online at gfgauthor@verizon.net or on Facebook and Twitter.

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Magazine Contributions

“Past Tense” (Ushers of Darkness #7)

Couldn’t find my cigarettes, so I asked the chick in back if she had any. ...

“Restoration” (Ushers of Darkness #6)

If it hadn’t been for the rain, I would have seen him.  Crossing less than...

“The Uncertainty of Darkness” (Ushers of Darkness #5)

Dull blue neon bled from the window sign, washing across his face in timed intervals....

“Speak of the Devil”

My first exposure to the drug known as ‘Devil’s Breath’ was through a documentary I...

“Ushers of Darkness” (Ushers of Darkness #4)

She separated from the shadows and beams of occasional streetlights, a waif with smudged eyeliner...

LONG AFTER DARK: Behind the Scenes

(Contains Spoilers) The genesis of most of my novels can be found in real experiences I’ve...

“Plant Life” (Ushers of Darkness #3)

“Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow?” —Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary   1.   Unseen things began to...

“Going Rogue”

"Going Rogue" © 2014 by Greg F. Gifune.  All Rights Reserved.   Not all novels have a...

“Snow Angels” (Ushers of Darkness #2)

Five hours out of New York I found myself on the Cape Cod highway creeping...

“Creep” (Ushers of Darkness #1)

There is a moment between consciousness and sleep, a brief juncture where the line between...

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