Greg Chapman


After joining the Australian Horror Writers Association in 2009, Greg Chapman was selected for its mentor program under the tutelage of author Brett McBean.

Since then he has had short stories published in The Absent Willow Review, Trembles, Eclecticism, Bete Noire and Morpheus Tales and comic artwork in Midnight Echo Magazine.

"Torment" is his first novella-length publication in the United States. It was published on March 1, 2011 by Damnation Books. The same publisher released his second novella "The Noctuary" on December 1, 2011.

Chapman is also a horror artist and his first graphic novel "Witch Hunts: A Graphic History of the Burning Times", written by Bram Stoker Award winning authors Rocky Wood and Lisa Morton was published by McFarland & Company on May 22, 2012. Witch Hunts was nominated for a Bram Stoker Award on February 23, 2013.

His latest piece of fiction, "Vaudeville", a horror novella, was released by Dark Prints Press on July 20, 2012.

His fourth tale, The Last Night of October, was published by Bad Moon Books on Halloween 2013.

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Midnight Theatre: Tales of Terror
Price: Free! Words: 18,480. Language: English. Published: February 10, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Horror
What chills your blood? Vampires? Zombies? How about a tour of Hell? Do you dare to step inside the mind of a madman? This is a taste of some of the tales of terror by dark fiction author Greg Chapman. *NEW: Includes excerpts from Chapman's novellas, Torment, The Noctuary and The Last Night of October!

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Smashwords book reviews by Greg Chapman

  • Let Darkness Take Hold on July 14, 2011

    Cameron Trost's Let the Darkness Take Hold is a well-told revenge tale about a desperate man looking for closure - the truth of a past tragedy. Michael, a landscape gardner gets the opportunity of a lifetime when the new owner of old Sinclair house asks him to redevelop the garden. Michael has always suspected the Sinclair house harboured a secret about his son's death and he jumps at the chance to dig around. Without giving too much away the tale follows the typical forumla of the revenge tale, but Trost adopts a number of horror tropes to deliver a pleasing climax when Michael gets to exact his revenge in style at a costume party. Hopefully we'll see some more writing from Trost soon.