Greg F. Gifune

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Greg F. Gifune (born November 12, 1963 in Middlesex County, Massachusetts) is a horror author, the recipient of multiple Bram Stoker Award and International Horror Guild Award nominations in addition to one for the British Fantasy Award.

Christopher Rice calls Gifune, "The best writer of horror novels and supernatural thrillers at work today."[1]

Gifune has written 17 novels, in addition to screenplays and published collections of short stories.[2][3]

He is also the Editor-in-Chief of Thievin' Kitty Publications (Link) and the former Editor—from 1998 to 2004—of the fiction magazing The Edge: Tales of Suspense (Link).

A full-time author and editor, Gifune resides in Marion, Massachusetts with his wife Carol and a bevy of felines. As of 2011 he was living in Wareham, Massachusetts.[2]


Heretics (collection)

Drago Descending

Saying Uncle

Night Work

The Bleeding Season

Down To Sleep (collection)

Deep Night

A View From The Lake


Blood in Electric Blue

Judas Goat

Children of Chaos

Kingdom of Shadows


Long After Dark

Gardens of Night

Catching Hell

The Living and the Dead

Dreams the Ragman

Midnight Solitaire

Lords of Twilight

Apartment Seven

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