Graham J. Darling

Graham J. Darling ( breeds singular hybrids of diamond-hard Science Fiction, mythopoeic Fantasy and unearthly Horror. Publishers Weekly called “outstanding” his piece in Sword & Mythos (eds. Silvia Moreno-Garcia and Paula R. Stiles, Innsmouth Free Press); his fiction has also peered out from Pulp Literature, snarfed second prize in the National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F) Short Story Contest, and lately hatched in No Greater Love: Martyrs of Earth and Elsewhere (ed. Robert J. Krog, Hiraeth Books).

As Graham D. Darling, PhD, he’s a consulting research chemist and former professor and medical scientist with a dozen patents and over thirty articles in refereed journals; as Doctor Carus of Burn Abbey, he’s an alchemist who demonstrates historical science and technology to school kids and passers-by. He was raised by anthropologists in the heart of Canada, and currently lives and works on its west coast, when he doesn’t disappear for days at a time into the deep bush.

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