An emerging voice in weird fiction, Stant Litore is the author of the series The Zombie Bible, which retells history (and the Bible) as a series of encounters with the restless dead, as well as The Ansible Stories, in which twenty-fifth century Islamic explorers become trapped in alien bodies on alien worlds. Litore has been featured in “The Year’s Best New Sci-Fi” at NPR (March 2014), as an Author Success Story on the homepage (November 2013), and in Weird Fiction Review and SF Signal. Litore recently released Write Characters Your Readers Won’t Forget, a handbook for young writers, and has been featured on the same topic in Jeff Vandermeer’s Wonderbook: The Illustrated Guide to Creating Imaginative Fiction. Asked what he does for a living, Litore says, “I chronicle zombie apocalypses from 3,000 years ago and I build colosseums for tyrannosaurs.”

Stant Litore lives in Colorado with his wife and three children, where he is working on his next novel.


CONTACT STANT LITORE:  |  @thezombiebible  |

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  1. Well, if it’s any consolation, I’ve been havnig a hard time keeping up too, and my excuses can’t hold a candle to yours! I’ve fallen into two competing vortexes recently: the totally blissed out I love my new bike soooo much that all I want to do is ride vortex which has been counter balanced by the utterly depressed I hate living in a swing state in the post Citizens United era soooo much that I kinda want to open a vein vortex. Fortunately for all of us, the impending winter ought to nullify both of these issues fairly shortly!


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