Graham J. Darling

Graham J. Darling ( of Metro Ottawa Canada breeds singular hybrids of disruptive 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 Dark Matter Magazine, Pulp Literature and Brain Games: Stories to Astonish (ed. Juliana Rew, Third Flatiron Publishing), and snarfed second prize in the annual National Fantasy Fan Federation (N3F) Short Story Contest and first place in Bewildering Magazine‘s quarterly Editors’ Choice: Order of the Hot Potato. He seeks an agent for his first novel, the high/hard/dark fantasy Fallen World.

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 of the year 1300 who demonstrates historical science and technology to school kids and passers-by.

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