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Norman Prentiss, winner of the 2010 Bram Stoker Award for Long Fiction, took some time out of his schedule to talk to FEARnet about his new novella, The Fleshless Man. He's previously won a Stoker in the Short Fiction category for In the Porches of My Ears, which originally appeared in Postscripts 18.

Other publications include a mini-collection Four Legs in the Morning, a chapter in the round-robin novella The Crane House: A Halloween Story, and anthology appearances in Blood Lite 3, Zombies vs. Robots: This Means War, Horror Drive-In: An All-Night Short Story Marathon, Black Static, Commutability, Damned Nation, Tales from the Gorezone, Best Horror of the Year, The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy and Horror, and three editions of the Shivers anthology series. His poetry has appeared in Writer Online, Southern Poetry Review, Baltimore's City Paper, and A Sea of Alone: Poems for Alfred Hitchcock. Visit him online.

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