W. D. Gagliani

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Who is W. D. Gagliani?

W.D. Gagliani of Oak Creek, WI, is an American author of Italian descent. His work has spanned the horror, thriller, noir crime, mystery and adventure fields in fiction, and he has written numerous book reviews, articles, and interviews in nonfiction.

His fiction has won the 1999 Darrell Award of the Memphis Science Fiction Association, several 2nd and 3rd Place prizes in the Science Fiction Writers Of Earth annual contests, and garnered six Honorable Mentions in The Year's Best Fantasy & Horror annual collections. In addition, his novel Wolf's Trap was a Finalist for the 2004 Bram Stoker Award.

Gagliani is the author of numerous book reviews, articles, interviews, and short stories that have appeared in publications, including the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Cemetery Dance, Chizine/Chiaroscuro, HorrorWorld, Hellnotes, Flesh & Blood, Crimespree, BookPage, Booklovers, Scream Factory, Bare Bones, and Horror Magazine. Collaborative short stories have appeared in the anthologies Dark Passions: Hot Blood 13, Malpractice: An Anthology of Bedside Terror, and Masters of Unreality. His solo fiction has been included in anthologies such as Robert Bloch's Psychos, More Monsters from Memphis, Wicked Karnival Halloween Horror, The Asylum Volume 2: The Violent Ward, The Black Spiral: Twisted Tales of Terror, Small Bites, The Midnighters Club, Extremes 3: Terror on the High Seas, Extremes 4: Darkest Africa, and others. He is also the author of Shadowplays. His story "The Great Belzoni and the Gait of Anubis" is available as an Amazon Short story download at Amazon.com.

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on July 23, 2013


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