Tim Waggoner

The Nekropolis Archives

1. Nekropolis - (UK/Oz: August 2009 | US/RoW: October 2010)

2. Dead Streets – (UK/Oz: March 2010 | US/RoW: March 2011)

3. Dark War – (UK/Oz: June 2011 | US/RoW: July 2011)

Omnibus: The Nekropolis Archives – (World: May 2012)

The Nightmare Police

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2. Dream Stalkers (World: November 2014)

Tim Waggoner 2013Tim Waggoner is a novelist and college professor. His original novels include the Nekropolis series, Cross County, Darkness Wakes, Pandora Drive, and Like Death. His tie-in novels include The Lady Ruin series and the Blade of the Flame trilogy, both for Wizards of the Coast. He’s also written fiction based on Stargate: SG-1, Doctor Who, A Nightmare on Elm Street, the videogame Defender, Xena the Warrior Princess, and others. He’s published over one hundred short stories, some of which are collected in Broken Shadows and All Too Surreal. His articles on writing have appeared in Writer’s Digest, Writers’ Journal and other publications.

He teaches composition and creative writing at Sinclair Community College in Dayton, Ohio and is a faculty mentor in Seton Hill University’s Master of Arts in Writing Popular Fiction program in Greensburg, Pennsylvania.

“One of the most invigorating reading experiences I’ve had in a while . . . an up-and-comer who’s worthy of the hype… Tim Waggoner is well on his way to being proclaimed horror fiction’s leading surrealist.”

– Jack Loyd, Cemetery Dance magazine.

“It’s hard to say if this singular novel, which boasts a wicked sense of humor to round off the horror, should be eligible for an Edgar Award or a Bram Stoker or both.”

– Elliot Swanson, Booklist, on Nekropolis.

“Waggoner is in possession of a talent that should be taken seriously,

and I can’t wait for his next book.”

– Johnny Butane, The Horror Channel

 

Venture deeper on Tim’s Website

Interview with Monster Librarian (May 2009)

Interview with us Angry Robot types (July 2009)

Interview with Bibliophile Stalker (December 2009)

Interview with The Qwillery (June 2011)

2 comments on this post.

  1. Dark Promptings: Personal Horrors with Tim Waggoner  - @ Michael Arnzen's weird weblog - gorelets.com:

    [...] in collaboration with Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson of the Ghost Hunters television show) and the “Matt Richter” Nekropolis series put out by Angry Robot Books. He teaches writing at Sinclair Community College, as well as the Writing Popular Fiction at SHU. [...]

  2. Marc Adams:

    He has been one of the biggest inspiration to my writing

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