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Greg Chapman Greg Chapman i(8729708 works by)
Gender: Male
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Speculative-fiction writer and artist based in Rockhampton, Queensland.

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y separately published work icon Hollow House United States of America (USA) : Omnium Gatherum , 2016 10169618 2016 single work novel horror

'No one in Willow Street pays it any notice, not the disgruntled Campbell family next door, not Alice Cowley and her suicidal daughter, or Mr. and Mrs. Markham down the road. Not even Darryl, the loner at number seventy, who is abnormal himself, thinks much about it. It is just the old Kemper House, forgotten and abandoned.

'Until it makes itself known.

'When the stench of death wafts from Kemper House through Willow Street, and comes to the attention of recent resident and newspaper reporter, Ben Traynor, it starts a chain of horrors that brings Kemper House's curse into their own homes and leads others direct to its door. Kemper House not only haunts its neighbours, it infects them with an evil that traverses time and reality itself.'

Source: Author's Blurb

2016 honourable mention Australian Shadows Award Novel
2016 finalist Bram Stoker Awards Superior Achievement in a First Novel
The Bone Maiden 2015 single work short story fantasy
— Appears in: SQ Mag , April no. 20 2015;

'Marcella is orphaned and her aunt’s prisoner. Seemingly without hope, Marcella finds a friend in her dark place that may be her only chance at freedom.'

Source: Editor's note.

2015 shortlisted Australian Shadows Award Short Fiction
y separately published work icon The Eschatologist United States of America (USA) : Voodoo Press , 2015 10319687 2015 single work novella horror

'David Brewer is trying to keep his family alive in a world torn asunder by a Biblical apocalypse. Yet there is salvation, in the guise of a stranger who offers survivors sanctuary. All they have to do is declare their faith in God’s final – and bloody – plan. ' (Publication summary)

2016 shortlisted Australian Shadows Award Paul Haines Shadow Award for Long Fiction
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