Michael Canfield

Biography

Michael Canfield writes about monsters, superheroes, couples, babies, astronauts, paranoids, obsessives, and other people. He has published mystery, fantasy, science fiction, horror and just-plain-odd stories on fiction sites including StrangeHorizons, Spinetingler, EscapePod, Daily Science Fiction, in dead-tree magazines including Realms of Fantasy, Talebones, and Black Gate, and other places. "Super-Villains" was also republished in the prestigious Fantasy: The Year's Best series, edited by Rich Horton (Prime Books). Born in Las Vegas, he now lives, works, plays, writes, and watches television in Seattle and Los Angeles.

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Books

9 Dark Tales
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 43,070. Language: English. Published: September 26, 2012 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction » Horror » General
From around the block, across dimensions, and beyond, come nine disturbances in the fabric of reality: Stairwell to Hell, The Book of Thomas Welte, Solid House, The Common Knight, Transporter Technology, Nameless Man, Citadel Ninety-Nine, Too Much Information About Joss Kaffee, The Story Boat. Note: This edition combines stories from two short collections: HORROR QUARTET and THE COMMON KNIGHT.
419 Memoirs & Other Strange Stories
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Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 53,570. Language: English. Published: June 12, 2011 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
Voyages to impossible pasts, bizarre futures, and skewed-but-recognizable versions of the present. Includes The Food Processor, Library Rules, They Get Away from You, Once Upon a Time At the Learning Annex, A Flavor of Quark, Whatever Happened to NinjaBaby?, The Whited Child, The Plastic Fruit Museum, and more. Plus two novel excerpts: Red Jacket, and Growing Up Zombie, and other extras.
Super-Villains
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 8,060. Language: English. Published: January 2, 2011 by Vauk House Press. Category: Fiction » Graphic novels & comics » Comics
In Excelsior City trouble finds everybody. Lang Lofton's busy managing his media empire atop the Kryse Building and roaming the night as a masked vigilante. He's got an new problem too: no villains left to defeat. Until his arch-enemy Archetype goes free. And just as the Venus Diamond goes on display at the Supernatural Wonders Museum. Then a deadly new player appears. Coincidence? No.

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