Vaudeville, and The Last Night of October. He is also an artist, with his comic book illustrations gracing the pages of Midnight Echo magazine and his graphic novel Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times, with Rocky Wood and Lisa Morton, winning the Bram Stoker Award in 2012.“Greg Chapman is a new voice in horror and brings fresh angles to our genre, which too often recycles unoriginal stories. There is a cinematic quality to his storytelling, which lodges itself in your imagination, deepening the bold and disturbing tales he delivers. Approach Vaudeville and Other Nightmares with care and whatever you do, leave the lights on!”
– Rocky Wood, Bram Stoker Award (R) winning author of Stephen King: A Literary Companion
You’re about to embark on a dark and wondrous journey through the mind of a very talented young writer. Be prepared to visit strange worlds and even stranger beings. Horror and violence abounds, but there’s also time for reflection, to ponder some of life’s most important questions.
You won’t always know where you’re going or where you are, but rest assured, you’re in good hands.
Sure, they may be a bit bloody, the fingers raw nubs that resemble mangled sausage, but that’s just because your driver is deeply passionate about his job and wants to give you the best experience possible.
So sit back and enjoy the ride. It’s one hell of a trip.” – from the introduction by Brett McBean, author of the Concrete Jungle trilogy