William Grabowski

Bio: WILLIAM GRABOWSKI is the author of nine books, including 10,000 Miles to Go: An American Filmmaking Odyssey (with NYC Underground Film Festival Award-winner Jason Rosette), media tie-in Castro's Cadillac (optioned for film by CuffLink Productions), The Black Edge series, Traces of Oblivion, Amazon bestseller Black Light: Pespectives on Mysterious Phenomena, Johnny Flash, The Untold and over 500 short stories, articles, essays, interviews, reviews and miscellanea. Five years as contributing editor with World Fantasy Award-winning The Horror Show magazine earned him a nomination from SPWAO as Best Nonfiction Writer for his book reviews, and interviews with Ray Bradbury, Peter Straub, Clive Barker, Joe R. Lansdale, Dean Koontz, Poppy Z. Brite, Robert Bloch, Elizabeth Massie, and many others. Nonfiction in digital editions of Forbes, Philadelphia Business Journal, Joseph Mackin's (original internet editor for The Paris Review) 2 Paragraphs-dot-com; in print magazines Fortean Times, Cemetery Dance, NPR-associated Wireless and elsewhere. Grabowski’s been quoted by NBC2 News, is a contributing editor covering social science for NYC’s iconic Library Journal magazine, and a staff editor with Sinister Grin Press. Twitter @WillGrabowski

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  1. Hey William! I’m running a student radio show and I’m deeply interested in unexplained phenomenon and looking for experts comfortable with speaking on air with me and call-in viewers. Please contact me via email if you’re interested!


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