A fan of all things dark and horrific, D.W. Gillespie has been writing horror, science fiction, and fantasy for longer than he would like to admit. He began writing seriously in 2002, and after winning the MacDougal Award for his short story The Home, hes since been published many times in print and online.
His body of work includes dozens of short stories, such as Man of the People, Drawn and Heavy. Hes been featured in many publications, both online and in print, and hes the author of nine novels and counting, including Still Dark, Daylight Dims, The Tree Man and Circle of Mist.
He lives with his wife and two children in Tennessee.