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Tom Piccirilli

(Thomas Edward Piccirilli)
USA (1965 - )

Tom Piccirilli has sold over 150 stories in the mystery, horror, erotica, and science fiction fields. Tom's been a final nominee for the World Fantasy Award and he's also the winner of the first Bram Stoker Award given in the category of Outstanding Achievement in Poetry.
Felicity Grove
1. The Dead Past (1997)
2. Sorrow's Crown (1998)
Priest & Lamarr
1. Grave Men (2002)
2. Coffin Blues (2004)


Graphic Novels
Series contributed to
Anthologies edited
Non fiction
Anthologies containing stories by Tom Piccirilli

Short stories
Chasing the Ugly Dog (1993)
Sorrow Laughed (1994)
Take It As It Comes (1995)
Broken 'Neath the Weight of Wraiths (1996)
Call It (1996)
The Hound of God (1996)
Curs (1997)
A Lower Deep [short story] (1997)
Nietzsche Sooths Fishboy Lenny (1998)
Of Persephone, Poe, And the Whisperer (1999)
The Serpent Was More Subtle (1999)
I Am a Graveyard Hated By the Moon (2000)

Bram Stoker Best First Novel nominee (1991) : Dark Father
Bram Stoker Best Collection nominee (2000) : Deep into that Darkness Peering
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2000) : Hexes
World Fantasy Best Collection nominee (2000) : Deep into that Darkness Peering
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2001) : The Deceased
Bram Stoker Best Novel winner (2003) : The Night Class
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2005) : November Mourns
Bram Stoker Best Novel nominee (2006) : Headstone City

Tom Piccirilli recommends
Guises (2002)
Charlee Jacob
"[Charlee] drapes her fiction in mysticism, dives deep into the unexplainable, the enigmatic and the totally insane."
Atmosphere (2002)
Michael Laimo
"Michael Laimo is a writer on the rise. his stories are filled with effective intensity and oddity."
Dominion (2008)
Greg F Gifune
"Gifune's work is distinguished, sharp, and moody as all hell. I'm a big fan, and you should be too."

21 Tales (2010)
Dave Zeltserman
"Dave Zeltserman is one of the crime genre's most accomplished, radical, and innovative talents... I only wish that 21 Tales had been 51 Tales or 101 Tales. We need more of his edgy stories to rattle the field."

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