By day, Craig Hallam tries to stay out of the light. By night, he writes works speculative fiction spanning as many genres as he can.
Tackling short stories since late 2008, his tales have graced the pages of the British Fantasy Society, Misanthrope Press, Pill Hill Press, and Murky Depths. He has managed to avoid winning a single award in this whole time and has decided to take that as an accolade in itself, whenever the tears stop falling.
His debut novel, Greaveburn, a Gothic Steampunk tale, is out now from Inspired Quill Publishing.
The Adventures of Alan Shaw, a globe-spanning Steampunk adventure is right HERE, and will be receiving a sequel later in 2017.
His short story collection, Not Before Bed, is also available HERE.
He hopes to see you hovering above one of his pages in the near future.
…and that he can eventually stop referring to himself in the third person.
A short list of where he’s been:
Misanthrope Press – Children of the Moon Anthology
Pill Hill Press – Big Book of New Short Horror
Murky Depths – Issue #9 “March of the Broken”
Morpheus Tales – Issue #10 “Awake”
New Horizons (British Fantasy Society) – Issue #5 “Upon waking”
Now Then – Issue #17 “Memories in Sepia”
Roar and Thunder – December 2010 “Mandy in the Jar-O”
Kerouac’s Dog Magazine – Jan/Feb 2011 “Travelling Light”
First Edition Magazine – Issue #7 “Laughter on the Landing”